The next PASSMN Minnesota SQL Server User Group meeting is coming up. The meeting is on May 19 from 3:00 PM to 5:15 PM. You can visit the local site to get registered at http://www.mnssug.org or click the link to Register Here.
This month the topics are:
SSIS – Team Development, Deployment and Configuration (Speaker: Dan English, Magenic)
SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) provides enterprise-class scalability, advanced data-integration architecture, and high-performance processing. Many enterprise environments are developing centralized services and standards to support their SQL Server Integration Services platform. During this session you will learn considerations and solutions for team development and how to leverage the power of package configurations for deploying packages to multiple environments.
Dan English – Dan is a Principal Consultant with Magenic and has been developing with Microsoft technologies for over 12 years and has over 5 years experience with Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence. He has been working with SQL Server since version 6.5 and now with 2008 looking towards the Kilimanjaro release. Dan has screencasts of SQL Server 2008 and PerformancePoint Server on YouTube and Soapbox ( keyword search – Magenic) and is an avid blogger (http://denglishbi.spaces.live.com). Dan is fully certified with MS SQL Server 2005 and 2008 Business Intelligence. He enjoys keeping in contact with the community at large responding to forum postings on the Microsoft forums and SQL Server Central areas. Dan is also part of the PASSMN 2009 Executive Board.
Securing and Troubleshooting Service Broker (Speaker: Eric Strom, RELS)
Tired of reading “Hello World” articles about Service Broker? Looking for more information but not finding good resources on securing and troubleshooting Service Broker applications? In this presentation, I will discuss some good security practices and share some lessons I learned while implementing and troubleshooting a medium-sized Service Broker application. Expect to learn about securing and troubleshooting Service Broker. A basic understanding of the Service Broker architecture is helpful.
Eric Strom – is a Senior Database Administrator at the RELS Companies and is a member of the PASSMN 2009 Executive Board. He has been a SQL Server DBA since 2001 and specializes in performance tuning. Eric studied database theory at the University of Minnesota to earn a B.S. in Computer Science. He loves exchanging ideas with peers and is always looking for a good discussion.
Just a reminder that the group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. If you are in the area and available to attend please join us and stop by and say ‘Hi’.