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This is a summary of the sessions I attended at PASS Summit 2017. Out of the week-long conference, I put together these slides to summarize the conference and present at my company. The slides are about my favorite sessions that I found had the most value. The slides included screenshotted demos I personally developed and tested alike the speakers at the conference.

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  1. 1. SQL PASS Summit 2017 Hiram Fleitas Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company UPCIC Internal: hiram/summit2017 Public: goo.gl/BqfYSi 30 Minute Summary
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  3. 3. Explore everything PASS has to offer Free online webinars Local user groups around the world Free 1-day local training events Online special interest user groups Business analytics training Get involved Free Online Resources PASS Blog White Papers Session Recordings Newsletter PASS Connector BA Insights www.pass.org
  4. 4. Session evaluations Your feedback is important and valuable. Submit your feedback by the end of this session to win a prize. http://hiram/evalsgoo.gl/u3eN9m
  5. 5. BIO Father, SQL Server DBA/Dev, IT Pro, GRT, USCG Auxiliary. *Dev since 1995. *SQL since 1999. FUN Wakeboard, Wakesurf, Snowboard, GORUCK, Family. /HiramFleitas hiramfleitas@hotmail.com dba2o.wordpress.comHiramFleitas @HiramFleitas Hiram Fleitas Database Administrator (DBA), @UPCIC /hfleitas
  6. 6. Agenda • Schedule • Keynotes • Session notes and take-aways • Demos • Follow-up resources
  7. 7. Schedule Attended Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8 am Data Modeling with Power BI Columnstore Indexes - Practical Solutions & Techniques Keynote Day 1 Keynote Day 2 2017 Intelligent Diagnostics 10 am Benchmarking & Testing IMOLTP Performance Making Developers Lives Easier with SQL 2016 3 Hard Performance Problems 11 am T-SQL Tips and Tricks BI Toolbelt Statistics & Power BI 1 pm Hacking SQL Server 2017 Deep Dive 3 pm Unlock your Data by Integrating Analytics into your Business Apps 2017 The Fast and the Furious Avoid Common Database Development Pitfalls 4 pm Linux Administration for the SQL Server DBA 5 pm Preparing to be Hacked Everything about Data Partitioning *Highlighted favorites. **See full summit schedule here: http://www.pass.org/summit/2017/Sessions/Schedule.aspx
  8. 8. Columnstore Indexes Notes: • Columnstore Indexes: Practical Solutions & Techniques. • 2016 Brings SIMD for new hardware. • “Rowstore is dead” – some say in the next 5yrs. • Biggest pain is lack of parallelism. • 2 Main components: • Columnar Storage & Batch Execution • Rowgroups size: 1-1mil (just over 1 million). • 10K rows ignore CIDX. 10K is not big data. • Rowstore all values stored together. • Columnstore index stores columns together selected. • If you want to modify data don’t use column store. • Phases: 1. Shuffling (no order) 2. Rowgroups creation (split the data) horizontal. 3. Segment separation (split the data) vertical. 4. Compress (some segments may compress w/ better ratio). • Very aggressive “read-ahead”. • Standard edition is 64KB extents. • Enterprise edition is 512KB. • Columnstore indexes is 16MB extents. • 2014 CIDX 10% of Buffer Pool. • 64GB of RAM = 6GB for CIDX only. • Get SP1+ Updates. Niko Neugebauer Full Day Performance Notes: • Must use Partitioning if 10+ mil rows. If not kittens are suffering. • Must use Resource Governor. • Every single partition is its very own column store. • Partitioning solves dictionary problem. • Execution plan decompresses after aggregation. • Data compression columnstore 130MB vs. columnstore_archive 60MB. • Backup will be faster, takes LOB & shifts it. • Restore will be faster. • Tuple mover shutdown Trace Flag 634. • Hunts for delta-stores & destroys them every 5 minutes. • Alter index reorg with (compress_all_row_groups = on) • Closes all delta-stores. • Deleted buffer stores IDs of deleted Bitmaps. (2016-2017) • Natively compiled stored procs ignore column store indexes. • Schema only. • IMOLTP freezes schema. • 2017 Adaptive Query Processing solving hash joins vs nested loops for cached execution plans. • Trivial Plans auto upgrade for CIDX to full optimized plans. • See all new extended events on 2017 RTM. • Batch Mode uses 64 - 964 rows at a time (shifts rows) vs Row Mode uses GetNextRow 1 row at a time per operator in execution plan. • Paul White has a list of conditions for not getting a full optimized plan. • Trivial means row execution.
  9. 9. Columnstore Indexes Notes: • Where 1 = (select 1). Forces full optimized plan. (Parallelism) • Dbcc CSIndex – Never use anywhere else besides Dev. • Internals: sys.dm_column_store_object_pool • Do not use columnstore in OLTP. Updates will lock rowgroups. • (Tablock) in 2016 uses bulk load API. Insert … Select. • If you have too many bulk load running, if memory pressure >25 seconds goes to delta store. • “If a feature works as advertised, you didn’t test it well enough.” • Change Buffer Size in SSIS Data Flow. 100MB (2014) • See docs: Data Loading Performance Guide. • Never update the columnstore index. • Use delete + insert instead. • Force Batch mode: Create fake table with CSIDX, left outer join on 1=0. Problems / Fixes: 1. Delta Stores: Alter index reorg to compress. (compress_all_row_groups = on). TF 634 disables tuple mover. 2. If VM use L2 Cache Size. 3. Don’t multiply within aggregation. Key Take-aways: • Must use Partitioning • Must use Resource Governor • Force batch mode with fake table. • Batch Mode does not support Nested Loops, avoid them at almost all cost. • Columnstore Blogpost: http://nikoport.com/columnstore • Columnstore Library: http://github.com/NikoNeugebauer/CISL • Slides and Scripts: https://goo.gl/CeaycW Niko Neugebauer Full Day Performance
  10. 10. T-SQL Tips and Tricks Itzik Ben-Gan Wed, Nov 1 10:45 AM - 12 PM Performance Notes: • Must have Columnstore to enable batch mode processing. • Use a filtered nonclustered columnstore index. • See also windowing functions. sum(val) over (partition by ActID order by TranID) as Balance from transactions • 74 sec - 5 sec. create nonclustered columnstore index idx_yesplease on transactions (ActID) where ActID = -1 and ActID = -2 • Distinct window aggregates: dense_rank() • Joins: Use () around left outer joins. With on a.col = c.col outside the (). • Option (force order). Forces order of joined tables. • Merge tip and exists. (select … except …) Key Take-aways: • Source Code: http://tsql.solidq.com (go to Resources, Downloads) • Slides: Itzik_Ben-Gan_T-SQL_Tips_and_Tricks.pdf • Scripts: Itzik_Ben-Gan_T-SQL_Tips_and_Tricks.sql
  11. 11. DEMOColumnstore Indexes
  12. 12. Columnstore Indexes
  13. 13. Keynote Day 1 Rohan: • Data + Cloud + AI • Azure has the world largest cloud database footprint. • Modern Data Estate: Hybrid. • SQL Server 2017 downloads: 2M+ in 17 months. Post GA 500K in 1 month. • 30% discount for SQL Server 2017 and Red Hat Linux. • Azure: 700TB daily telemetry data helps anticipate needs for cloud and on-prem. • Azure Data Factory. Hourly pricing with no SQL Server license required. • Power BI Premium capacity, scale, extends on-prem, embedded analytics. Power BI Report Server on-prem. Bob / Conor: • HP ProLiant DL580 Gen10 Server: Read 6.5B rows (15sec on SSD), (2sec on Scalable Persistent Memory). • Automatic Tuning, blip in the matrix, fixes parameter sniffing problems. Tobias / Mihaela: • docker ps • git clone https://github.com/erickangMSFT/wwi-db • cd wwi-db • docker-compose build • docker-compose up • docker ps • Microsoft SQL Operations Studio Danielle: • 1.4M rows insert/sec. Real-time scoring using native SQL Machine Learning and Azure Machine Learning. In-Memory OLTP + Columnstore Index. • Healthcare IoT demo length of stay. Demo patient 45 yr old, male, 192lbs, 29.8bmi, surgery 2015, allergic to fish and tree nuts, complaints of asthma from forest fire, latest lab results, admits patient and estimated 4 days. • Context: Recent car company launched IoT vehicle that needed 300K tps. • Azure Machine Learning Workbench + Jupyter Notebook to build ML model that predicts Length of Stay which imports into SQL Server using utils.write_rts_model. use Ignite_Demo; select @nativeModel = value from rts where id = 'RF' --(random forests) select LengthOfStay_Pred from PREDICT (model=@nativeModel, data=dbo.LoS as input) with (LengthOfStay_Pred float) p where input.eid=@eid; • Predictions latency <20 ms using native SQL Machine Learning functions. Scott: • Biml: Business Intelligence Markup Language. DW automation. • Automatic generation a cloud hybrid solution in ~300 lines of biml code. • Starts with inspecting on-prem source schema. • Creates azure datalakes target tables. • Creates an azure data factory to load. • Uses an SSIS package for address scrubbing. • Runs PowerShell to deploy it all automatically to the cloud so its ready for execution. Rohan Kumar Bob Ward Conor Cunningham Tobias Ternstrom Mihaela Blendea Danielle Dean Scott Currie Julie Strauss Christian Wade Riccardo Muti The Rolling Stones and Beatles of All Data and Cloud
  14. 14. Keynote Day 1 Julie: • 100TBs read from disk, folded multiple times, returned in 6 seconds. Processing Azure SQL telemetry funnels and cohorts. • 100x faster queries. 4.5B rows/sec. 360GB/sec. • 5x more compute power. 30K DW units. 4K vCPUs provisioned in minutes. • 1st Cloud DW with NVMe SSD. Christian: • Power BI: NYC Taxi Interactive 10 billion. NY Taxi data model. Each row in the trip table represents a NY taxi ride across a 10yr period. 10bn rows (9TBs of data). • Revenue per trip by the top 10 zip codes. Visualize it on a map. • Instant gratification. Clicky clicky draggy-droppy data analysis over massive datasets. • Interactive charts, click one of the bars in the chart, we can see the highest revenue pickup location is JFK. Zoom map into the individual pickup locations. • Build models in Visual Studio 2017 and SSDTS. This is the crown jewel for business calculations. Shares same connectivity stack as Power BI. • Deploy model to on-prem SQL Server or Azure Analysis Service - completely hybrid. • Azure Analysis Services scale out by simply dragging a slider bar across the number of read-only replicas with copies of the data you need (max: 7). • Queries get load balanced across replicas via Round Robin. Ricardo: • NYC Taxi Interactive 10 billion demo. • Imports ZipCodes demographic info: med income, avg income, population. • Models DropoffGeography to ZipCodes within Power BI. • Tipping by zip code to correlate median income to how much ppl tip (avg tip %). Drill through huge outliers to see details of specific metrics and trends. For example, 0 miles, 1 minute, fare $2.50, tip was $197. • Drill back up, graphical filtering, get rid of the outliers, right click exclude, graph auto adjusts. • See optimized view on phone or from any device. Key Take-aways: • Automatic Tuning • Docker • Length of stay • Biml • Power BI NYC Taxi Demo • Video: https://youtu.be/NGbk9XGWTHI Rohan Kumar Bob Ward Conor Cunningham Tobias Ternstrom Mihaela Blendea Danielle Dean Scott Currie Julie Strauss Christian Wade Riccardo Muti The Rolling Stones and Beatles of All Data and Cloud
  15. 15. DEMO • Performance 2017 vs 2016 • 2017 Automatic Tuning • Docker • Power BI
  16. 16. Performance 2017 vs 2016
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  18. 18. 2017 Automatic Tuning
  19. 19. Docker
  20. 20. Power BI
  21. 21. Hacking SQL Server André Melancia Wed, Nov 1 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM Support Notes: • Man In The Middle Attack: Adds Aliases, edits hosts file on clients. • TCP Proxy, Wireshark. Change data on the fly presented to the victim client. • Since SQL Server 2005 Login packet is encrypted, all other packets are not. • Force Encryption: YES! • AE: issue still see packet sizes so MITM can destroy them. • Deterministic: allows equality lookups. Cypher is always the same for a given value. • Instant File Initialization: information is not cleaned from HD, can be recovered/read. • TDE: Server has the keys. Data is decrypted before leaving the server. • DDM: is not a security feature. Requires unmask permission by database – not per column or table. Inner join the masked column character by character to a letters table. Scooby Doo! • RLS: Field combination division by value in the where clause still generates division by zero error. Create alert/xevent for continuous division by zero msg/sec. Key Take-aways: • In 2003 SQL Slammer: 75K victims in 10 minutes causing a DDoS general Internet outage. Patch had been released 6 months earlier. Must patch servers! • SQL Network Config, Protocols for MSSQLServer, Force Encryption: Yes (Always) • Enable Encrypted Connections: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms191192.aspx • Encryption Without Validation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms131691.aspx • Connection String Keywords: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/ms130822.aspx • Encrypt, Trust Server Certificate. • Slides and Scripts: http://andy.pt/doc • Video: https://youtu.be/VeGtD0Wf3mg
  22. 22. DEMO • Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) • Hack DDM • Hack RLS
  23. 23. MITM
  24. 24. Hack DDM
  25. 25. Hack RLS
  26. 26. Keynote Day 2 Notes: • Globally Distributed Made Simple: Azure Cosmos DB. • 90% of the world’s data was created in the last 2 years. • 50-150x growth from 2010 to 2020 (9ZB). Sensors, Social, VoIP, Enterprise. • Emails: 204mil/min, Google Search: 4mil/min, WhatsApp Photos: 347k/min. • Butterfly-effect of data are consequences across continents. • Data is growing: Currently 125EB 79.2% is unstructured, 20.8% is structured. • 80% of business-relevant originates unstructured. • Push computation to where data is produced. • Address the needs of 1st-party customers: Xbox, Bing, O365, Store. • Reqs: turnkey global, guarantee low latency, HA, consistency, elastic, SLA, low cost, indexing, APIs, schema-agnostic, etc. VERY HARD! • Millions of lines of code (mainly C++) • Ring 0 service. Means in every region. 36operational/42built regions. • Database Account, Database, User, Permission, Container, item, attachment, sproc, trigger, udf, conflicts. Database scales in terms of containers. • Regions > DCs > Stamps (Floors/Suites) > Fault Domains (racks) > Clusters (10-20 FDs, 1K tenants/cluster) > Machine (200-400 replicas/tenant, hundreds of tenants/machine) > Containers > Replicas > [Resource Governor, Transport, Admission control, DB Engine] > DB Engine Instance [Secret Sorcery: Resource Manager, Language Runtime Hosts, Query Proc, RSM, Index Mgr, Bw- tree++/LLAMA++, Log Mgr, IO Mgr]. • Partitioning: Teants > [Tables, Collections, Graphs] > Containers > Resource Partitions > Replica set: Leader (writes), (reads) 2 followers + 1 forwarder -> to remote partition(s). Sets allows for many topologies: Chain, Star, Ring, Tree. Notes: • Partitioning BP: Even distribution by partition key. Location aware key for access locality and transaction scope. ACID at the scope of a partition. Time ranges for heavy workloads for more even distribution. • Choose failover priority by region. Simulate a region failover. • Polcy-based Geo-fencing. Replicate data with control. • Data is AlwaysOn. Active writers and Active Readers. • Elastic: Independently scale storage & throughput. Transparent server side partition management and routing. Auto indexed SSD storage. Evict old data using built-in support for TTL. How do you deal with AsyncIO? More SSD…, is there Cosmos App/Client? • Scale from 10-100mil trans/sec across regions. Responsive partition management. Modular, resource governed nested consensus. (Time zones: LA vs CHI) • Request Unit/sec (RU) is the normalized currency (%RAM, %CPU, %IOPS). Replica gets a fixed bud of RUs. Ops consume RUs: Get(Read), Post(Insert), Put(Replace), Post(Query). Min RUs – Replica Quiescence, Max RUs – No throttling, Above – Rate limit. Customers pay for reserved RUs. • Query Cost: Scans, Index Lookups, Query Complexity, Instruction overhead. • As partitions are split/merged tran/sec are evenly distributed per partition. If you add regions, you should double RUs per region to avoid starving a particular region. • Lower throughput when not needed ie. after Christmas shopping reduced throughput from 1 trillion RUs to minimum vs on-prem having to incur all the cap-ex. • Internal Microsoft workloads 3 trillion RUs across 20 regions in 3 days. 2017 Sept 7- 10. Rimma Nehme GPM, Azure Cosmos DB, Microsoft
  27. 27. Keynote Day 2 Notes: • Guaranteed Low Latency: Read/Writes served from local region. • 99th percentile (R. 1KB) <10ms, (W. 1KB) <15ms. • 50th percentile (R. 1KB) <2ms, (W. 1KB) <6ms. • Automatically indexed SSD storage. • Centralized database in Chicago is read from London in 80ms. CosmosDB 10ms! CosmosDB beats physics of speed of light. Lol • Constancy problems happen, what if A & B can communicate but cant connect to C which customers are writing to C. • Strong consistency high latency means until the whole quorum agrees you cant see the data. (Blue Pill) • NoSQL focuses availability, no guarantees about consistency but you’ll get your data no matter what. Eventual consistency low latency. (Red Pill) • Most real-life applications do not fall into these extremes, they are somewhere in between. Real world consistency is not binary choice. • Checkout Paper “Replicated Data Consistency Explained Through Baseball” by Doug Terry 2011. Relates real word examples depending who you are in the game. • Consistency models in Azure CosmosDB: Bounded-stateless (bound for your staleness of your data, how many writes your reads will lag behind), Session (monotonic reads & writes in your local region, perfect consistent data to your local region), and Consistent prefix (guarantees when updates are applied there’s no gaps in prefix return). • Using TLA+ specs to precisely specify consistency models to describe what would happen and how to address it. CosmosDB credits TLA+ by Dr. Leslie Lamport for flexibility in consistency offerings and famous for paxos algorithm. Notes: • Consistency usage: Session 73%, Bounded Staleness 18%, Strong 4%, Eventual 3%, Consistent Prefix 2%. Tradeoffs can be monetized. • High Availability SLA is no longer good enough! A true measure in a service business is it’s SLAs. 1. Latency @99th percentile. 2. Throughput. 3. Consistency. 4. Availability. • Azure portal Metrics blade shows runtime telemetry statistics against SLAs within region and across regions. • DB engine operates on (ARS) Atom-Record-Sequence data model. Onboards other models: Key-Value, Column-Family, Document and Graph. Single client can connect to same container and extrapolate data in different ways. Ie. Document vs Graph. • Schema agnostic leads to store the data as is not compartmentalized. All parameters of the data are stored in one document. Humanly readable as a JSON document. • Query represented as a tree and results yet as another tree as a JSON doc. • Indexes are union of all trees keeping only unique values to each of the documents. So its an inverted index for JSON-path. For more detail see: Schema-Agnostic Indexing with Azure Cosmos DB. • Updates are stored as deltas so they never block or conflict. • Create udfs and stored procs using JavaScript integration with the DB Engine. Runs natively by the hosted runtime. • Lift and shift across platforms or vendors are easier to cloud and from on-prem. • Running the Service: Weekly deployments of entire stack world wide. Automated performance, RG and consistency runs every 4hrs. 16+ hrs of stress test runs daily. Full stack upgrades with customer workloads. Chaos tests. Bots automatically identify problems and fix nodes that might go down. Hot fix all invariant violations within 5 days. Transparently making all important metrics available to customers. Rimma Nehme GPM, Azure Cosmos DB, Microsoft
  28. 28. Keynote Day 2 Notes: • You don’t get pearls without irritating the grid. • The world of data is divided in 2 groups, those who use Cosmos DB and those who will eventually use Cosmos DB. • Its not the strongest species that will survive nor the most intelligent, it’s the one that’s most adaptable to change.- Darwin • Try Cosmos DB for free, you don’t have to have an azure account, you don’t have to have a credit card. You can just come in and experience the service. • Your childhood dream of going into Cosmos will finally be fulfilled. Become a Cosmos DBA. Key Take-aways: • NoSQL database built by Microsoft. Addresses pinpoints when building large scale applications. Single digit millisecond latency. • Replication data world-wide with a single click. • Legit trial – no bs. • Global distribution, horizontal partitioning, fine grain multitenancy cannot be an after thought. These things are built in from the ground up. • Schema agnostic database engine design is crucial for globally distributed databases. Create/Alter index across regions, datacenters and planet becomes too rigid. • Intermediate consistency models are extremely useful. You can make the right trade- offs. With the SLAs the system gives you can guarantee the correctness of the approach. • A globally distributed database must provide comprehensive SLAs, fundamentally in a service business. • Ask yourself how would you build a database if we were starting today? Without none of the legacy. Would we look at it differently, limitations, constraints, biases. • Life is too short to build something nobody wants. • If we focus on real pain points not nice to have, abandon the constraints and self- imposed dogmas we can have a real modern database system. • Video: https://youtu.be/7SRi9vyDtWY Rimma Nehme GPM, Azure Cosmos DB, Microsoft
  29. 29. SQL Server 2017 Deep Dive Tobias Trenstrom Travis Wright Shreya Verma Nellie Gustafsson Thurs, Nov 2 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM Build Notes: • Choice of platform (Linux, Windows, Docker) and language (T-SQL, Java, C/C++, C#/VB.NET, PHP, Node.js, Python, Ruby). • Industry-leading performance and security now on Linux and Docker. • Most secure over the last 7 years. MySQL and Oracle had the most vulnerabilities. • Only commercial DB with AI built-in. R + Python + T-SQL at massive scale. • End-to-end mobile BI on any device at a fraction of the cost. • In-memory across all workloads. Most consistent data platform on-prem and cloud. • HA and DR for Linux and Windows. Clusterless AGs. Ultimate HA with OS-level redundancy and low-downtime migrations. Load balancing of readable secondaries. • AG enhancements: DTC_Support=Per_DB, Required_Synchronous_Secondaries_To_Commit=1 Notes: • Partner Ecosystem: Azure Site Recovery, DH2i nearest-to-zero downtime, HPE Serviceguard (SGLX) monitors and recovery options, IDERA SQL Safe Backup, Portwork for containers, Veeam Backup & Replication. • ML: Bringing intelligence to where the data lives. Native scoring using PREDICT. Sentiment Analysis demo. • Graph Database: Expresses pattern matching. MATCH, to support pattern matching and traversals. Create table () as node --entities. Create table () as edge -- relationships. Solve problems more intuitively and with less code. Scenarios: Recommendations, Fraud Detection, Content Management, Bill of Materials, CRM. • Resumable Online Index Rebuild. Alter index … Resumable=On, Pause/Resume. • Automatic Plan Regression Correction. sys.dm_db_tunning_recommendations. Alter database name set Automatic_Tunning (Force_Last_Good_Plan=On). • MAXDOP option for statistics create/update. Faster backups +other improvements. • Adaptive Query Processing: Interleaved Execution for MSTVFs - Wohoo!! Batch Mode Memory Grant Feedback (MGF) adjust grants based on execution feedback and remove spills improving concurrency for repeating queries. Batch Mode Adaptive Joins (AJ) will defer the choice of hash join or nested loop until after the first join input has been scanned. AJ uses nested loop for small inputs, hash joins for large inputs. • New TPC-H 10TB world record! New TPC-H 3TB $/perf world record! Key Take-aways: • Slides: PASSSummit-SQLServer2017DeepDive.pdf • Blog: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlserverstorageengine • GitHub: sentiment-analysis, sql-graph • ML Tutorials: aka.ms/mlsqldev • Data Science Tutorials and Samples: Solution templates
  30. 30. DEMO • Multi-OS AG Failover • Get Sentiment • Get Length Of Stay • Fraud Detection with Graph • Is It Bacon?
  31. 31. Resources Slides, Scripts, Recordings, Notes: • Recordings (UPCIC Internal): http://hiram/summit2017 • Public: https://goo.gl/BqfYSi • Sneak Peeks: http://pass.org/summit/2017/Sessions/SneakPeeks.aspx • PASStv: http://pass.org/summit/2017/PASStv.aspx • Keynote Day 1: https://youtu.be/NGbk9XGWTHI • Microsoft BI - An Integrated Modern Solution: https://youtu.be/T0If-SNl08A • Keynote Day 2: https://youtu.be/7SRi9vyDtWY • Keynote Day 3 (WIT): https://youtu.be/8JnXi0gnTb8 • Speakers: http://pass.org/summit/2017/Speakers.aspx • Bob Ward’s slides & scripts: http://aka.ms/bobwardms • Performance: Adaptive Query Processing, Automatic Tuning. • Docker: https://docs.microsoft.com/sql/linux/quickstart-install-connect-docker • Docker SQL, App, CI/CD: https://channel9.msdn.com/events/Connect/2017/T152 • Power BI galleries: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Galleries/ct-p/Galleries • Power BI webinars: https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/webinars • Apply Forecasting: https://docs.microsoft.com/power-bi/desktop-analytics-pane More: • Twitter: @sqlpass, #PASSSummit, #powerbihelp, #sqlhelp, @MSPowerBI • Join Slack workspace: http://dbatools.io/slack • Slack channels: #dbatools, #firstresponderkit, #general, #pass-summit, #query- tuning, #sqlhelp, #git-help • Pass Virtual Groups: http://pass.org/Community/Groups.aspx (App Dev, BI, DBA, DevOps, Global Spanish, HA/DR, Performance, PowerShell, Virtualization, Linux) • More webinars: Channel9, GroupBy, SQLWorkBooks
  32. 32. Session evaluations Your feedback is important and valuable. Submit your feedback by the end of this session to win a prize. http://hiram/evalsgoo.gl/u3eN9m
  33. 33. Thank You Hit me up! hiramfleitas@hotmail.com dba2o.wordpress.comHiramFleitas @HiramFleitas /hfleitas/HiramFleitas