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Flush With Cache: What Really Happens Before That Query Runs
When we discuss performance tuning, we often focus on how to make query execution more efficient, and with good cause since execution is the single most important piece of performance tuning on SQL Server.

However, query execution can only begin once query parsing, optimization, compilation and caching have occurred. These steps are generally less well-understood than execution, but can also have a significant effect on the overall performance of your SQL Server.

This session will look at the work SQL Server has to do to produce that executable query plan, as well as choices we can make as database developers that affect the pre-execution stages of query processing. After this session, you should have an understanding of ways to reduce the amount of "grunt work" that SQL Server has to do before it can get down to the business of actually running a query.
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GoDaddy.com
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I am the Manager of Database Development for Registration and Aftermarket Services at GoDaddy.com. My team runs and supports the world's largest Internet domain name registrar, with over 40M domains under management, and our servers conduct approximately 1.5 billion transactions per day I've worked with databases all the time since 1989. I started working with SQL Server at version 4.21a. In previous lives I have been an opera singer and an Oracle MVP (of sorts). In my personal life I try keep time available to enjoy my wife and four kids, and to follow Jesus no matter what.
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