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June 20, 2012 Trevor Barkhouse: Quantitative Analysis of SQL Server Error Logs  

Sunday, June 17, 2012 7:56:00 AM Categories: Meeting

Our favorite SQL Sleuth is back! Trevor has transmogrified into an outstanding speaker and educator. You can follow his tweets at @SQLServerSleuth. He's doing a very engaging and interactive talk this Wednesday that you won't want to miss. Show up and be heard. 

Abstract: The SQL Server error log is essential for managing SQL Server.  Unfortunately it is a flat text file that defies efficient analysis.  There is a new open-source tool (a PowerShell module) that breaks the contents of the error log into data that can be queried and aggregated.  Come and learn how to finally unlock all of the valuable information that has been hiding in your log files!

Speaker biography: Trevor has been a production or escalation DBA for almost a decade. He recently joined Microsoft CSS as a Senior Support Escalation Engineer for Microsoft SharePoint. Trevor's passions are automation, performance tuning, and troubleshooting.  He has spoken at dozens of user group meetings, SQLSaturday events, and conferences.




Excited post Tech-Ed chatter and munchies at 6:30
Error Log Intel at 7PM


​See you there

​The folks at the Fort Worth SQL Server Users Group



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