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Tara Kizer

Tara Kizer has worked with SQL Server since 1996, and has been a DBA since 1999. She has worked at Qualcomm, where she was a DBA supporting mission critical systems with high performance and high availability requirements. She has been a Microsoft SQL Server Most Valuable Professional (MVP) from July 2007 through July 2017. She is one of the top contributors (34k+ posts) in the SQLTeam.com forums and posts under the username tkizer. She has also contributed a chapter titled “Performance Tuning with SQL Trace and Extended Events” to the book TribalSQL – New voices in SQL Server. She is currently a Senior SQL Server Consultant at StraightPath Solutions.

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5 responses to “About”

  1. Tara,

    I am trying to collect growth information in some 24 SQL Servers 2008 R2 +, and I wanted to take a look at your zip file, but when I pressed the link from this webpage:

    http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/archive/2008/12/16/How-to-track-database-growth-across-multiple-SQL-Server-instances.aspx

    You can download the code here.

    When I pressed here, I get: Not found from the link:

    http://tarakizer.com/files/scripts/DatabaseGrowth.zip

    Please advise, thanks, Carlos Jimenez.

  2. I was re-directed here for the “Defragmenting/Rebuilding Indexes in SQL Server 2005 and 2008” Stored Procedures, but got the “File not found” error. Please direct me to the where the SP is stored.

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