I'm very excited to announce that I've been accepted as a speaker at PASS Summit 2019. I'm extremely grateful for the opportunity and look forward to PASS Summit 2019. CategorySession TitleStatusLive RecordingGeneral SessionThe Power Platform Game ChangerAcceptedYouTube VideoGeneral SessionReal-time Sentiment Prediction in SQL ServerAcceptedYouTube Video See you in Seattle, WA on Nov 5 - 8.… Continue reading 📡 BIG News – PASS Summit 2019!
Here's my Resources slide from this weekend's presentation. Stay tuned - live recording coming soon. Resources: fleitasarts.com andy.pt SQL Server R Services Samples: Microsoft Repo Pre-Trained ML Models: Install in SQL Server SQL Server Machine Learning Services: Tutorials SQL Server Components to Support Python: Interaction of Components Threading ML: Logistic Regression Interactive deep learning: Learn alert… Continue reading Hack / Protect SQL Server – Resources 💎
Here's my Resources slide from this weekend's presentation. Stay tuned - live recording coming soon. Resources: fleitasarts.com github.com/hfleitas/SentimentPrediction ailab.microsoft.com SQL Server R Services Samples: Microsoft Repo Pre-Trained ML Models: Install in SQL Server SQL Server Machine Learning Services: Tutorials SQL Server Components to Support Python: Interaction of Components Threading ML: Logistic Regression Resource Governor: Alter External… Continue reading Sentiment Prediction – Resources 😃
This is candid recording of the live presentation I gave at Nova University on the morning of March 2nd, 2019 with South Florida Code Camp 2019. You can see the event info in my previous post. I am made this recording for the attendees that were interested to play it back at their own pace.… Continue reading Video: Real-time Sentiment Prediction in SQL Server
These are 2 low-hanging fruit settings that make SQL Server run better. Adjust theme for Best Performance and power option for High Performance. 0.Run.bat - Run as administrator! 1.BestPerformance.reg 2.BestPerformanceRestartThemes.cmd The script above helps tremendously when having to RDP over super-high latency networks (satellite) that have 2000+ ms (milliseconds) latency on a good day. This… Continue reading Adjust for Best Performance: Windows Themes and Power
In short, this is an example of how you do it. Set a couple of variables, use -v parameter sqlcmdVariable="%batVariable%". The following contains more details on how to use SQLCMD variables for an input SQL file. Note, I am not advising you to you use this as your routine backup method. If you're looking for… Continue reading SQLCMD variables for input SQL file
Not too long ago, I had a conversation with a friend about how SQL Server Always On Availability Groups and how they could be configured for Read-Only routing. This is a typical scenario when folks want to leverage their secondary replicas (nodes) for read-only workloads. This allows you to build an active-active cluster where one… Continue reading SQL Server Read-Only Routing
On Saturday, March 2nd of 2019 I'm presenting 2 sessions. Join me for South FL Code Camp 2019 at Nova South Eastern University in the Carl DeSantis building. You can register for this one-day free learning event here. This year I am presenting 2 sessions. Real-time Sentiment Prediction in SQL Server Track: SQL/BI - Room 2067 Time: 9:50AM-11:00AM… Continue reading Wanna join me at South Florida Code Camp?
This was my 2nd time attending the annual conference and I barely got a chance to plan my schedule ahead of time. I pretty much selected the pre-con(s) the same day they were announced months prior, but not the general conference sessions until 2 days before my flight to Seattle, WA. I compiled this list… Continue reading My Schedule @ PASS Summit 2018
Cause sometimes you need to check why replication is slow or halted. For example, like during an IO storm - no hurricane pun intended. Say you have transnational replication over an Always On (SQL Server Availability Groups) environment that's a publisher. To see in the Dashboard just add the column, this is what it looks… Continue reading SQL Server Always On – Monitor The Redo_Queue_Size