T-SQL join types include inner join, left outer join, right outer join, full outer join, and cross join. Each T-SQL join type lets you accomplish different objectives. Understanding all the different T-SQL join types can help you make the right decision regarding which one to use so that you can get the results you're looking for.
Recently, I've been working with a consulting client to help them tame CPU usage. Typically, they're clocking over 20,000 queries and operations per second on their e-commerce SQL Server, but ran into an issue where CPU started spiking up above 90 percent for sustained periods of time....More
What should most database administrators be doing on a regular basis? Here's a comprehensive list from Michael K. Campbell of many of the things DBAs typically do on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis....More