Dynamically Create & Maintain Partitions in Large Tables - Saru Radhakrishnan

Apr 4, 2018 · Sacramento, United States of America

How to Dynamically Create and Maintain Partitions in SQL Server Large Tables - Saru Radhakrishnan

This session is geared towards database architects, developers and DBAs who are interested in solving the on-going data population and maintenance of Very Large Tables in SQL Server.

Saru's 2011 article on this topic in SQL Server PRO Magazine has, and continues to, receive positive responses from SQL professionals worldwide, and he continues to provide the SQL scripts used in the article upon request via e-mail. The session will cover a couple of real world examples, include a quick demo as well as a few tricks you can do with table partitions.

Saru Radhakrishnan works as a Data Architect at CEA (California Earthquake Authority) through Robert Half Technology. He has 25+ years of experience working with Microsoft SQL Server and holds an MCP in SQL Server administration with a strong emphasis on Database Admin/Development, Performance Tuning, T-SQL Programming, ETL and Data Warehousing.

Sponsor: Robert Half Technology (http://www.roberthalf.com/technology/)

Meeting location:

2700 Gateway Oaks Drive is located in the Sutter Health business park at the northeast corner of the intersection of Gateway Oaks Drive and West El Camino in Sacramento. The 2700 building is at the back of the complex; you can see I-5 from the parking lot. Enter the building from the parking lot side, not the courtyard side. Once inside the building, take the stairs or elevator to the second floor, then enter Suite 2600. In the reception area, check the monitor to find our room for the evening and then proceed to that room.

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