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Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) shares a post about REPEATABLE READ as he continues his ongoing series on ACID and transactions in #SQLServer.
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Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) shares his third blog post in the series on ACID and transactions; in this chapter, he explains how READ COMMITTED really works. 
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Today we were pleased to host potential summer interns in our office. Thanks to everyone who participated!
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Wow, almost wish I could be an intern there!
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We are proud to introduce version 8.0, which addresses the three most requested features.

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Jonathan Kehayias (@SQLPoolBoy) continues his series on configuring Service Broker. In this post, he demonstrates asynchronous functionality by walking through a simple configuration and example.
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Aaron Bertrand (@AaronBertrand) does some deeper testing on triggers and shows that INSTEAD OF triggers are worth a look.
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Paul White (@SQL_Kiwi) continues his series on ACID and transactions in SQL Server. In this installment, he discusses the SERIALIZABLE isolation level. #sqlserver  
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Greg Gonzalez (@SQLSensei) discusses Baselining, which is one of the new features in version 8.0. Baselining lets you compare current and historical performance, so you can quickly detect, alert on, and resolve unhealthy trends before they become a problem.

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In my last post I covered the exciting new intelligent alerting features in SQL Sentry v8. Next up in the series is another huge and often requested feature: Baselining Designing this feature proved to be somewhat of a challe...
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ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED: New office sign installed!
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SQL Sentry, Inc. delivers software products that optimize the performance of Microsoft® SQL Server® environments.
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SQL Sentry, Inc. delivers software products that optimize the performance of Microsoft® SQL Server® environments. SQL Sentry Performance Advisor® for SQL Server delivers an advanced performance dashboard with relevant Windows and SQL Server metrics in a single view along with detailed insight of heavy SQL, blocking, deadlocks, and disk bottlenecks. SQL Sentry Performance Advisor for Analysis Services provides unparalleled insight into Analysis Services performance, including bottlenecks related to memory, storage systems, aggregation usage, queries and processing. SQL Sentry Event Manager® is the ultimate scheduling, alerting and response system for managing SQL Server jobs, SharePoint jobs and other events that impact performance.