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|Many think that moving to the cloud will not only help brighten your teeth but also solve all your bad coding practices that give you poorly performing queries. If it's done correctly, implementing Azure SQL Database can help with one of those two and while it can mask things well, the best solution is to fix the bad code. In this hour-long session, we'll examine several different methods that you can utilize to help fix bad query performance starting with the underlying service tier. Next, we'll investigate what options are available directly from the Azure portal to determine where the bottlenecks might reside along with possible ways to fix them. Lastly, we will interrogate which native SQL Server tools exist within Azure SQL Database that can really help solve performance issues you might be having. You'll leave this session with a solid understanding of how to trouble shoot performance issues in Azure SQL Database and what you might be able to do to help fix them.