The Global Hebrew Virtual Chapter is an online gathering place for SQL Server DBAs and Business Intelligence professionals to discuss all things SQL Server in Hebrew language.

Inspired by the PASS SUMMIT, this virtual chapter is about finding a way for DBAs and BI professionals to network virtually in Hebrew language.

All sessions are being recorded and can be found here

Next Meeting

Mon, Jan 23 2017 18:00 (UTC+02:00) Jerusalem


Erin Stellato: Answering the Question, "What Happened?" with Query Store

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Answering the Question, "What Happened?" with Query Store

Session language: English One of the most highly anticipated new features in the SQL Server 2016 release is Query Store. It's been referred to as the "flight recorder" for SQL Server because it tracks query information, namely plans and runtime statistics. If you've ever had to drop everything to troubleshoot a sudden drop in performance, then you've probably already realized the value of this feature. In this session we'll walk through Query Store with a series of demos designed to help you understand how you can immediately start to use it once you’ve upgraded to SQL Server 2016. We'll review the different options for Query Store, look at examples of what gets collected, dig through the included reports, see how you can force SQL Server to use a specific plan for a query, and find out what happens when it can’t use the specified plan. Get ready to make troubleshooting easier with this feature that’s included in all editions of SQL Server 2016!


Erin Stellato : Erin Stellato is a Principal Consultant with SQLskills and lives in Cleveland, OH. She has over 15 years of technology experience and has worked with SQL Server since 2003. Her areas of interest include internals, performance tuning, and high availability and disaster recovery. Erin is a SQL Server MVP and an active member of the SQL Server community. She is involved with the Ohio North SQL Server User Group and blogs at SQLskills.com/blogs/erin. You can find her on Twitter at @ErinStellato.