Muchas veces recibimos casos en soporte de Azure SQL Database donde nos indican que al ejecutar la query en la base de datos de producción tarda más que en la base de datos de preproducción con las mismas características de base de datos. En esta charla explicaremos una serie de pasos que seguimos para encontrar cuál es la razón de este diferencia e intentaremos arreglar el entuerto.
José Manuel Jurado currently works as SQL Escalation Engineer and Subject Matter Expert in Azure SQL Database at Microsoft Spain. With over 15+ years of experience in SQL Server environments (administration and database development), he is a speaker for internal events at Microsoft and for public events as SQL Saturday, SQL Nexus, TechReady, DotNetConference and Azure BootCamp. In the past, he worked as Project Manager for large Global Retail Company for more than 10 years developing projects using different Microsoft Technologies.
Paloma García Martín currently works as Azure SQL Senior Support Engineer at Microsoft Spain. With over 15+ years of experience in Windows Server environments, she is a speaker for internal events at Microsoft and for MakeWhatsNext public events.
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