My eBook “Tuning SQL Server” is Now Out!

My first eBook on SQL Server has been released. The title of the book is “Tuning SQL Server” and it is part of “The SQL Server and .NET Blog eBook Series!“.


How is the eBook Organized?

This book is organized as follows. Chapter 1 discusses the usage of indexes and the derived benefits of using them along with techniques to maintain them healthy in order to ensure performance. Chapter 2 discusses ways of managing log files as well as how to ensure that their growth will not create issues during the execution of heavy set-based operations. Chapter 3 discusses how you can monitor locking and tracking blocking cases in SQL Server as well as other locking-related topics. Chapter 4 discusses topics having to do with maintaining the good health and performance of the tempdb database as well as retrieving information from tempdb’ s data structures.


Learn more about my eBook: “Tuning SQL Server”

Update 2018: This the second edition of the eBook.

Tuning SQL Server (eBook) - Learn SQL Server performance tuning

This eBook can help you learn more about SQL Server performance tuning. It suggests several techniques that can be used for ensuring performant and tuned SQL Server instances and assumes intermediate-level experience with knowledge of basic database principles (i.e. indexing, locking, etc.).

eBook Format: PDF 
Author: Artemakis Artemiou, B.Sc., M.Sc., MCP, MCTS, MCITP, Former Microsoft Data Platform MVP (2009-2018)

See Inside this Book:

Table of Contents
Sample Chapter



Tuning SQL Server (eBook) - Learn SQL Server performance tuning

Tuning SQL Server (eBook) - Learn SQL Server performance tuning


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