Dmitri Korotkevitch presents Data Partitioning in Very Large Databases

Tampa, FL

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to remodeling at CA, we will be meeting at the Veredus Offices - TEMP RELOCATION.

VLDB support is not a trivial task. Large amount of data negatively impacts system performance and make database administration and SLA compliance much more complicated. Data partitioning can help to solve those problems and reduce support and hardware cost. This session demonstrates various approaches of data partitioning available in SQL Server 2012 and Windows Azure SQL Database. It compares pros and cons of different partitioning techniques from performance, scalability, administration and cost standpoints. The session also discusses how to automate the tasks that partition data and their compatibility with High Availability technologies available in SQL Server 2012. 

Dmitri Korotkevitch is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, MCITP (Database Developer, DBA) and MCPD. He has 16 years of experience in the industry including more than 10 years working with Microsoft SQL Server. Dmitri is Director of Development at Actsoft, a Tampa, FL based company developing Data collection, GPS Tracking and Mobile Workforce Management solutions. He is responsible for the architecture, design and development of the database backend handling a sustained load of 3000TPS.   BLOG: http://aboutsqlserver.com/

Food and drinks will be provided by Veredus Corp. As usual there will be SWAG at the end of the meeting.
 
Our meetings are free and open to the public. The doors open at 6:00 pm and food arrives shortly after that allowing time to grab something to eat and networking with your peers.  This is a secure building so you will need to check in with the guard before proceeding upstairs.  The meeting will start at 6:30 with announcements and open floor discussions followed by the speaker for the night.

Please plan on joining us for the meeting after the meeting where we can network in a more casual environment.