Logo

SQL Server Execution Plans by Grant Fritchey

Large book cover: SQL Server Execution Plans

SQL Server Execution Plans
by

Publisher: Redgate Publishing
Number of pages: 515

Description:
An execution plan describes what's going on behind the scenes when SQL Server executes a query. This book leads you right from the basics of capturing plans, through how to interrupt them in their various forms, graphical or XML, and then how to use the information you find there to diagnose the most common causes of poor query performance, and so optimize your SQL queries, and improve your indexing strategy.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(24 MB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2014Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2014
by - Microsoft Press
The authors explain how SQL Server 2014 incorporates in-memory technology to boost performance in online transactional processing and data-warehouse solutions. They also describe how it eases the transition from on-premises solutions to the cloud.
(5068 views)
Book cover: Sams Teach Yourself Microsoft SQL Server 7 in 21 DaysSams Teach Yourself Microsoft SQL Server 7 in 21 Days
by - Sams
The book introduces you to every aspect of Microsoft's flagship back-end database engine. Organized with a FAQ-like summary at the end of every chapter, it familiarizes you with all the features and even brings you up to expert level on a few of them.
(13193 views)
Book cover: Inside the SQL Server Query OptimizerInside the SQL Server Query Optimizer
by - Red gate books
A better understanding of what the Query Optimizer does behind the scenes can help you to improve the performance of your databases and applications, and this book explains the core concepts behind how the SQL Server Query Optimizer works.
(5745 views)
Book cover: SQL Server Reference GuideSQL Server Reference Guide
by - Pearson Education
Database professional Buck Woody leads you through the many aspects of designing, administering, and developing for your SQL Server platform. Recommended for DBAs and developers, this Reference Guide covers SQL Server 2000 up to SQL Server 2008 R2.
(4578 views)