PASS East Midlands

Next Meeting

Wednesday,

October

14

October Meeting

  • In-Person @ Trent House, Station Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom (map)
  • 18:00 - 21:00 UTC
  • Language: English

October 2015 Meeting with Tobiasz Koprowski and Stuart Moore. Registration here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/october-2015-meeting-registration-15297616583

Featured Presentation:

AD 2015. 2AM A Disaster just Began.

Tobias Koprowski, Independent Consultant, Trainer Shadowland Consulting

2AM. We sleeping well. And our mobile ringing and ringing. Message: DISASTER! In this session (on slides) we are NOT talk about potential disaster (such BCM); we talk about: What happened NOW? New version odf my old well-known session updated for whole changes which happened iin DBA World in last two years. So, from the ground to the Sky and further - everything for surviving disaster. Which tasks should have been finished BEFORE. Is virtual or physical SQL matter? We talk about systems, databases, peoples, encryption, passwords, certificates and users. In this session (on few demos) I'll show which part of our SQL Server Environment are critical and how to be prepared to disaster. In some documents I'll show You how to be BEST prepared.

About Tobias:
Founder of Shadowland Consulting. In January 2015 decided to permanently leave Poland and discover new worlds. Actually settled in Hucknall (The Last home of The Byron Family). Community leader focused on SQL Server, SharePoint, security, collaboration and ITIL, DR, BCM, and SLA. Love licensing stuff. Microsoft Certified Trainer, freelancer, and consultant. Subject Matter Expert at Microsoft. Member of Microsoft Terminology Community, Friends of RedGate PLUS, PASS, ISSA, ACM and more. Since 1st July 2010 Data Platform MVP. Creator of SQLDAY Conference and Conference CEO 2009-2011. Co-Leader of PASS East Midlands Group. Speaker at group meetings and conferences. STEM Ambassador. Traveler. Coffee Addicted.

SQL Server knows the answer

Stuart Moore

Ever wanted to check the length of every varchar column in your database? Find all the columns called ActivityID? Want to know when was this database created and when was it last backed up? SQL Server knows the answers to all these questions. and more. In this session you'll learn where to ask it forthe answers and also start to see the wealth of information that is there for you

About Stuart:
Stuart has been working with SQL Server since 1998 and version 7, splitting the years between roles as a DBA and a Developer.

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