Registrations for all Maidenhead SQL Server User Group meetings are made via SQLServerFAQ
Details for future Maidenhead events can be found below:
Tuesday 12th March 2013 Speakers to include Tobiasz Koprowski and Richard Douglas.
High Availability of SQL in the context of SLA – Tobiasz
If SQL Server is heart of our environment, his health should be very important, right? If SQL Server is important, his availability for our businesses (internal and external) is important to. For our customers doesn’t matter where data are stored, how are stored and what we do with those data. Especially for our managers. The data must be available on demand, on time, at he moment of request. High Availability is our responsibility. How we can prepare our environment for HA? How HA is connected for with SLA? And why Service Level Agreement are important for us? In this session I want to discuss about HA options for SQL Server (2008, 2012), about our different customers, and about Service Level Agreement (formal or not).
Natural Born Killers, performance issues to avoid – Richard Douglas
Join Richard, where you’ll learn simple tricks to write better code, scripts, and tables. Plus, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of common database development and administration mistakes, and how you can avoid them.
You’ll also learn how to take corrective action when:
•The optimizer isn’t using all available processors
•The database engine fails to report all the resources a query has used
•The optimizer uses the wrong plan
•Database tables cause memory issues
Tuesday 9th April 2013 Speakers to include Jaime Thomson and Rodney Kidd.
Jamie will be speaking on the topic of SSDT.
Tuesday 11th June 2013 Speakers to include Chris Webb and Geoff Clark
Tuesday 13th August 2013 Speakers to include Alan Eardley
The evening will be based around Sharepoint from a DBA and BI perspective.
Tuesday 8th October 2013 Speakers to include Mark Broadbent and Chris Testa-O’Neill
Tuesday 10th December 2013 Speakers to be announced