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I'm proud to remotely present a technical session called "Modern SQL Server CPU Architecture" to the Colorado Springs SQL Server Users Group on April 15th, starting at 5:30pm Mountain time. It will be presented remotely via Microsoft Teams due to the COVID-19 outbreak. RSVP for this session here! Abstract: Modern CPU architectures are complex and misunderstood, especially as they relate to SQL Server instance configuration and database usage patterns. Default values in virtualization and the SQL Server instance can cause…Find out more »
I'm pleased to present another web-based presentation for the P21 Worldwide Users Group on April 21st. More details soon!Find out more »
All around the world user groups and communities want to learn about Azure and Cloud Computing! David Klee from Heraflux is presenting at this great event. This year, all communities will come together once again in the seventh great Global Azure event! Each user group organizes their own one to three day Azure event the way they see fit and how it works for their members. The result is that thousands of people will get together to learn about Azure and join…Find out more »
I'm proud to present a remote technical session for the Quad Cities SQL Server Users Group on May 13, starting at 6pm Central, called "All Things SQL in the Microsoft Cloud". This event will be presented online due to the COVID-19 outbreak. RSVP for this free online event here! Abstract: Microsoft’s SQL Server database platform has been the foundation of enterprise applications for decades. The adoption of the cloud has started to change the data landscape, and your role as…Find out more »
I’m proud to announce a new webinar that I’ll be presenting at 1pm Eastern on Thursday, May 21st, in conjunction with MSSQLTips and SIOS called “SQL Server Business Continuity – Know Your Options“. SQL Server database business continuity, including high availability and disaster recovery, is not an easy topic to engineer for. The business must work with the IT teams to define service-level agreements, statistically significant scenarios to plan for, and then decide on a budget. What are the questions you should ask before starting to build…Find out more »
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