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1. Understanding the Health Check 2. Creating a Road Map 3. Waits and Queues 4. Indexes 5. Tools of the Trade 6. Expanding the Toolset 7. Creating a Heath Repository 8. Monitoring and Reporting 9. High Availability and Disaster Recovery 10. Surviving the Audit
Robert Pearl, president and founder of Pearl Knowledge Solutions, Inc., has been a Microsoft SQL Server MVP since 2009, having received his fifth MVP recognition award. He is a solutions-oriented senior DBA with 15+ years of experience, and is considered a subject-matter expert on SQL Server technology. He also coined the terms Healthy SQL (TM) and SQL Fitness (TM) to kick off the worldwide healthy SQL campaign to highlight the need for regular health checks to ensure that everyone's SQL Server environment has achieved a healthy state. He is a SQL Community and SQL Saturday evangelist, promoter, and speaker, and maintains his regular blog called Pearl Knows at SQLServerCentral.com. Pearl was voted Top Blogger in the 2011 SQL Mag Community Choice Awards. He is also the creator/developer of the award-winning product SQL Centric-a web-based database monitoring and alert system for DBAs. Robert is a SQL Saturday organizer and co-chair of the successful New York Metro PASS SQL Saturdays.
"The book's intended audience includes both junior and seasoned SQL Server DBAs: they will appreciate it for the hands-on approach as well as for the valuable scripts and tools ... they will easily incorporate in their toolboxes." (Alberto Bolchini, Computing Reviews, computingreviews.com, May, 2016)