This session is for DBAs that want to understand more about networking.
Once data leaves your SQL Server, do you know what happens, or is the world of networking a black box to you? Would you like to know how data is packaged up and transmitted to other systems, and what to do when things go wrong? Are you tired of being frustrated with the network team?
In this session, we introduce how data moves between systems on networks, then look at TCP/IP internals. We’ll discuss real world scenarios showing you how your network’s performance impacts the performance of your SQL Server and even your recovery objectives.
Why I Want to Present This Session:
My career started on the network side. I’ve moved up the stack and I’m now a data professional. I can take that experience, and share it with you…so that you can understand how networking can impact your SQL Server’s availability and performance.
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