I read her blog regularly but somehow never saw that she had a YouTube channel.
The channel hosts 10-30 minute performance tuning videos as well as Kendra's weekly "Dear SQL DBA" podcast. As I said Kendra really knows her stuff, so definitely check this out!
I have written in the past about the PASS virtual chapter YouTube feeds, but this made me go looking for who else is out there in YouTube-land, and I found quite a bit!
My company Ntirety has its own YouTube channel with short videos on database administration (and a few commercials #disclosure).
Microsoft has quite a few "official" YouTube channels:
- Microsoft Cloud Platform - all things Azure, including SQL Server
- Microsoft Ignite - videos from the annual Ignite DBA/Developer conference
- Microsoft Power BI - business intelligence
- Guy in a Cube - Adam Saxton is a Microsoft Employee who writes about BI
SQL Server MVP (and all-around fun guy) Grant Fritchey (blog/@GFritchey) has a channel here about a variety of topics.
SQL Server author/instructor Sharon Dooley has a frequently updated channel here.
Of course the big vendors/consultancies have their own channels - some of it is company/product commercials (gotta pay the bills) but a majority of it is really good free content about SQL Server.
In no particular order:
- SentryOne (formerly SQLSentry)
- Redgate Software
- Brent Ozar Unlimited
- Pragmatic Works
Of course there are other non-YouTube video sources out there, but I recommend you start here - watching this free content will keep you busy learning for some time!