Jerusalem, Israel (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
DBSophic, an innovative provider of SQL Server performance management products, announced that Ami Levin, the company’s CTO and a SQL Server tuning expert, will be speaking at the upcoming virtual chapter meeting, on July 26th 2012. The PASS data architecture virtual chapter focuses on data architecture concerns as they impact users, developers and DBAs on the Microsoft SQL Server platform.
Levin’s talk, titled “Where are my (primary) keys?”, will revisit some of the fundamental design principals of relational databases and the controversies associated with these issues. Levin will discuss the benefits and challenges of using different types of primary keys from multiple perspectives including data consistency, application development, maintenance, portability, and SQL Server performance.
To learn more about the Professional Association for SQL Server’s data architecture virtual chapter and Levin’s talk, please visit the chapter’s website.
DBSophic is an innovative provider of performance management products for SQL Server based applications. While traditional SQL Server tuning tools focus on individual query optimization, DBSophic delivers automatic workload tuning. By optimizing the entire application-to-database workload, DBSophic's solutions help companies achieve unparalleled gains in SQL Server performance for their enterprise applications. The company is headquartered in Jerusalem.