The last quarter of 2013 calendar year is going to be really hectic. Next three months I will be speaking at 4 SQLSaturdays and SQLRally Nordic. Details are below
- Dec 7,2013 - SQLSaturday #259 - Kharkov, Ukraine
- Nov 4-6,2013 - SQLRally Nordic - Stochkholm, Sweden
- Oct 26,2013 - SQLSaturday #199 - Bulgaria
- Oct 5,2013 - SQLSaturday #258 - Istanbul, Turkey
- Sep 7,2013 - SQLSaturday #243 - Cape Town, South Africa
And here are my session details
Top 10 Performance Tips for SQL Server Developers
Performance of a SQL Server depends on many factors and due to the nature of development SQL Server developers sometimes miss basic performance tips. Easily implemented tips such as using an appropriate index or solving a data mismatch problem on where conditions could affect the application performance significantly. In this session, we will cover the top 10 tips to improve the performance of your SQL Server with real life examples.
HA & DR with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups
The AlwaysOn Availability Groups feature is a high-availability and disaster-recovery solution that provides an enterprise-level alternative to database mirroring. Introduced in SQL Server 2012, AlwaysOn Availability Groups maximizes the availability of a set of user databases for an enterprise. In this session we will talk about what’s coming with Always On, and how does it help to improve high availability and disaster recovery solutions.
Architecting SQL Server HA and DR Solutions on Windows Azure
In real-life scenarios, SQL Server high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions are not simply cloud-based or on-premise solutions, or internally facing or external solutions. They are a mix of the best of a variety of solutions. Combine SQL Server AlwaysOn – which offers better availability, higher ROI, and simplicity – with Windows Azure technologies, and you can easily increase the efficiency and effectiveness of your solutions. SQL Server and Windows Azure can become the best HA and DR offering for you on multiple fronts. In this session, we will examine this solution’s capabilities, limitations, and trade-offs for various needs, such as complex HA and DR scenarios with minimum capital expenditure.
See you there at least one of them!