This event has ended

Kent .Net/Sql Server User Group

Kent SQL Server / .Net User Group

Monday, 12 December 2011 at 19:00 (GMT)

Ashford, United Kingdom

Kent .Net/Sql Server User Group

Ticket Information

Type End     Quantity
Free Ended Free  

Share Kent .Net/Sql Server User Group

Event Details

A SqlServer focused evening event.

 

READPAST & Furious: In defence of being Pessimistic - Mark Broadbent

One of the biggest criticisms about SQL Server used to be that fact that (unlike some of it's rivals) it uses pessimistic concurrency as its default isolation level and so started the dreaded use of the NOLOCK hint. SQL Server 2005 introduced the optimistic concurrency implementation of READCOMMITTED isolation and if that wasn't enough for the critics, a brand new optimistic isolation level was also introduced.

Problem solved?

Well, even to this day, the use of NOLOCK and READUNCOMMITTED is rife, along with a new problem -the over-use of optimistic concurrency isolation to avoid blocking issues.

Perhaps we are looking at this all wrong? ...Lets find out.

Speaker Bio can be found at http://tenbulls.co.uk/about/

 

A lap around the SSIS Catalog - Jamie Thomson

SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) 2012 includes a new database referred to as the SSIS Catalog. SSIS developers and administrators are going to spend a lot of time in here and, like any database, you need a good handle on what secrets it holds. In this session I'll take you on a demo-heavy (i.e. no slides) tour of the SSIS Catalog so you can get a handle on the sea-change this is going to bring to SSIS development.   

 

Do you have questions about Kent .Net/Sql Server User Group ? Contact Kent SQL Server / .Net User Group

When & Where



The Windmill Inn
278 Hythe Road
Willesborough
Ashford
tn24 0qr

United Kingdom

Monday, 12 December 2011 at 19:00 (GMT)


  Add to my calendar

Organiser

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.