Rob Garrison

Thursday Dec 14th 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Rob Garrison
Rob Garrison is a database architect at Fiserv in Portland, Oregon specializing in OLTP design and development. He has over twenty years of IT experience, with over ten years in database development and architecture.

 

Current Articles

- Performance Testing SQL 2008's Transparent Data Encryption
- Exploring SQL Server 2008's Filtered Indexes
- Performance Testing SQL Server 2008's Change Data Capture functionality
- SQL Server 2008's Change Data Capture - Tracking the Moving Parts
- Performance Testing - SQL Server 2008 versus SQL Server 2005
- Exploring SQL Server's Index INCLUDEs
- Exploring SQL 2005's Ranking Functions - NTILE() and ROW_NUMBER()
- SqlCredit - Part 19: Exploring SQL 2005's Ranking Functions - RANK() and DENSE_RANK()
- SqlCredit, Part 18: Exploring the Performance of SQL 2005's OUTPUT Clause
- SqlCredit - Part 17: Exploring SQL 2005's OUTPUT Clause
- SqlCredit - Part 16: The Cost of Bloat
- SqlCredit - Part 15: The Cost of Distribution
- SqlCredit - Part 14: The Cost of Translation
- SqlCredit - Part 13: More on Indexed Persisted Computed Columns
- SqlCredit - Part 12: Exploring Indexed Persisted Computed Columns
- SqlCredit - Part 11: Change Tracking Using History Records
- SqlCredit - Part 10: MAC Performance and Updating SqlCredit
- SqlCredit - Part 9: Message Authentication Codes
- SqlCredit Part 8: Comparing Encrypt/DecryptByCert and Encrypt/DecryptByKey
- SqlCredit Part 7: Performance Impact of EncryptByCert and DecryptByCert
- SqlCredit Part 6: Exploring EncryptByCert and DecryptByCert
- SqlCredit - Part 5: Adding Card, Vendor, and Purchase, Plus Much Refactoring
- SqlCredit - Part 4: Schema and Procedure Security
- SqlCredit - Part 3: Schema/Proc Updates and Automated Unit Testing
- SqlCredit - Part 2: Creating the Database, Tables, CRUD Procedures
- SqlCredit - Developing a Complete SQL Server OLTP Database Project

Article Series

SqlCredit - Developing a Complete SQL Server OLTP Database Project
- Performance Testing SQL 2008's Transparent Data Encryption
- SQL Server 2008's Change Data Capture - Tracking the Moving Parts
- Performance Testing - SQL Server 2008 versus SQL Server 2005
- Exploring SQL Server's Index INCLUDEs
- Exploring SQL 2005's Ranking Functions - NTILE() and ROW_NUMBER()
- SqlCredit - Part 19: Exploring SQL 2005's Ranking Functions - RANK() and DENSE_RANK()
- SqlCredit, Part 18: Exploring the Performance of SQL 2005's OUTPUT Clause
- SqlCredit - Part 17: Exploring SQL 2005's OUTPUT Clause
- SqlCredit - Part 16: The Cost of Bloat
- SqlCredit - Part 15: The Cost of Distribution
- SqlCredit - Part 14: The Cost of Translation
- SqlCredit - Part 13: More on Indexed Persisted Computed Columns
- SqlCredit - Part 12: Exploring Indexed Persisted Computed Columns
- SqlCredit - Part 11: Change Tracking Using History Records
- SqlCredit - Part 10: MAC Performance and Updating SqlCredit
- SqlCredit - Part 9: Message Authentication Codes
- SqlCredit Part 8: Comparing Encrypt/DecryptByCert and Encrypt/DecryptByKey
- SqlCredit Part 7: Performance Impact of EncryptByCert and DecryptByCert
- SqlCredit Part 6: Exploring EncryptByCert and DecryptByCert
- SqlCredit - Part 5: Adding Card, Vendor, and Purchase, Plus Much Refactoring
- SqlCredit - Part 4: Schema and Procedure Security
- SqlCredit - Part 3: Schema/Proc Updates and Automated Unit Testing
- SqlCredit - Part 2: Creating the Database, Tables, CRUD Procedures
- SqlCredit - Developing a Complete SQL Server OLTP Database Project

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