Dec 042019
 

As leader of the PASS High Availability and Disaster Recovery virtual chapter, I invite you to bring your questions for a mega open Q&A session on Tuesday, December 10th, at 1pm Eastern time. We have assembled one of the largest lineups of SQL Server HA/DR experts in our history, and any question goes! Not in any order, the speakers are:

Bob Pusateri, Database Engineering Lead – Salesforce

Brandon Leach, Vice President Database Operations – Financial Company

David Klee, Founder – Heraflux Technologies

Ed Leighton-Dick, Founder – Kingfisher Technologies

Edwin Sarmiento, Managing Director – 15C

Elizabeth Noble, Database Engineer – Pull-A-Part

Matt Gordon, Architect – Insight

Peter Shore, Database Administrator – Thirty-One Gifts

Rick Lowe, Founder – Data FLowe

Rob Volk, Senior Infrastructure Engineer – RMS Automotive

Taiob Ali, Database Administrator – GMO

Tom Norman, Data Architect – KPA

This open-ended Q&A session will help you answer any questions that you have wondered about or currently fight with on SQL Server and Microsoft data platform high availability and/or disaster recovery. Bring your questions and we have the answers! RSVP today for this free webinar!

Feb 042014
 

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Today John Sterrett (blogtwitter) and I are announcing a new SQL PASS Virtual Chapter dedicated to High Availability and Disaster Recovery topics.

The schedule for this virtual chapter meetings is the second Tuesday of each month at 12pm Central time. Our first meeting will be held next Tuesday, February 11, at noon Central with Ryan Adams (blog | twitter) speaking on SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups Live Deployment. To RSVP for this free event, register here at GoToWebinar!

Please follow the Twitter tag @SQLPASS_HADR for announcements from raid recovery service professionals about upcoming sessions, and check out the home page for the virtual chapter at hadrvc.sqlpass.org for details on the future sessions. Make sure to add this new virtual chapter to your PASS dashboard so you get the announcements as they happen!

If you have not participated in the virtual chapters before, check them out here! These virtual user group chapters are a tremendous resource for knowledge and networking in the SQL Server community. I do my best to participate in this new chapter, as well as the virtualization and the performance chapters.

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