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Azure Meetup Berlin at 31.07.2018: Azure SQL Performance Automatic Tuning & Fixing Azure Linux

Sebastian SchützeSebastian Schütze

The next Azure Meetup will take place.

When and Where?

Dienstag, 31. Juli 2018
18:00
 bis 21:00

https://www.google.com/maps/search/?api=1&query=Microsoft+Accelerator+Berlin%2C+Unter+den+Linden+17%2C+10117%2C+Berlin%2C+de

Ring at “Microsoft Ventures” take the elevator to the 5th floor (the entrance is from Charlottenstraße)Microsoft Accelerator Berlin, Unter den Linden 17, 10117 · Berlin

Talk 1: Optimize your Azure SQL Database performance with Automatic Tuning

In this session we will demonstrate the Automatic Tunning feature, as the name suggests, the Azure SQL Database Automatic Tuning feature provides automatic performance optimization for databases. In this session we will show how it works. So, when moving SQL databases to Azure, let Azure do some work for you.

Speaker Bio: Marcelo Fernandes is SQL Server MVP and has 12+ years of experience with databases, specialized in High Availability, critical missions and very large databases. He holds the MCP / MCDBA / MCSA / MCTS / MCITP and MCT certifications, he lives and works in Berlin for an American e-commerce company that sells home goods.

Talk 2: Fixing Azure Linux

This presentation will be about: How to fix your Linux box on Azure. The presentation will have four (4) sections dealing with regaining SSH access to your Linux VM. So, four ways to tackle the dreaded “SSH not responding” error.

Speaker Bio: Richard Eseke (pronounced ‘”es”-key’) has been troubleshooting x86 machine for over 15 years. From windows x9 machines through HPC clusters to Azure Ops (Linux SME). If it has a x86 in it, he can fix it.

Sebastian is an Azure Nerd with focus on DevOps and VSTS that converted from the big world of SharePoint and O365. He was working with O365 since 2013 and loved it ever since. As his focus shifted in 2017 to more DevOps related topics in the Microsoft Stack. He learned to love the possibilities of automation. Besides writing articles in his blog and German magazines, he is still contributing to the SharePoint Developer Community (and PnP SharePoint) to help to make the ALM part a smoother place to live in.