This session explains internal SQL Server XML processes and demonstrates how XML shredding could help to solve issues, speed up daily performance monitoring and detect problems. The difference between XML and JSON will be demonstrated, with an in-depth look at the SQL Server – JSON integration. During the session, the audience will be provided with plenty of code examples. As a bonus, a lucky winner will receive my most recent book, “XML and JSON Recipes for SQL Server”.
Currently working in the Pennsylvania branch of Cox Automotive, headquartered in Atlanta, GA. His primary focus is with the latest Microsoft technologies
Alex has more than 20 years IT experience and currently working in the Pennsylvania branch of Cox Automotive, headquartered in Atlanta, GA. His primary focus is with the latest Microsoft technologies including .NET (VB and C#), SSRS, SSIS. He provides tuning, optimization, analysis and development service creating new applications, converting legacy technologies (SQL Server, VB.NET and C# ) and one site training. He has worked for the CSC, VerticalNet, IDP, LSAC, TMNAS to name a few and Alex is Data architect at HexaArt Inc. He provides consulting service from NYC, Philadelphia to Delaware. Alex published articles for SQLServerCentral.com and Simple-Talk. Author “XML and JSON Recipes for SQL Server” published by Apress.