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PASSMN SQL Summit 2009 Session List

Posted by denglishbi on September 15, 2009

The full list of sessions has now been published for the all day PASSM SQL Summit event next Friday, PASSMN SQL Summit 2009 – Friday, September 25.  We have three tracks setup with four sessions in each track.

Time Database Administration Business Intelligence Database Development
9:30 to 10:30 Advanced Policy-Based Management (by Lara Rubbelke) Unisys High Volume ETL Techniques (by Robert Murphy) The ins and outs of Change Data Capture (CDC) (by TJ Metkowski)
10:45 to 11:45 Data and Backup Compression (by Sanjay Kaul) Lord of the Reports (by Mark Vaillancourt)

Introduction to Visual Studio Team Data Edition (by Mike Benkovich)

1:00 to 2:00

Disks, real and virtual and what is important for SQL Server (by James Lorenze)

Reporting Services Tips and Tricks

(by Bruce Loehle-Conger)

TBD (by EMC)
2:15 to 3:15

High-Availability Options for SQL Server (by Tim Plas)

Upgrade to SSAS 2008 (by Dan English)

Necessary Evils, Building Optimized CRUD Procedures (by Jason Strate)

Here is the link to the session list here – SESSION LIST (mine has a more recent update with the Developer Track).

The event did hit our room capacity, so we will be implementing a waiting list for people that did not get registered online and based on the 9:30 start time, if there are seats available we will allow more people to join the event.

I will be presenting on SSAS 2008 and will be talking about the enhancements that have been made to this release with the designer, AMO Warnings, DMVs, MDX, engine, etc. and discuss the reasons that you should be leveraging the 2008 version if you are not already.

Hope to see you there and today we have our regularly scheduled monthly meeting – PASSMN September 15, 2009 Monthly Meeting.

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