Free SQL Server Training!
Join us for the September 2015 meeting of MagicPASS, South Orlando's SQL Server User Group. Food and beverages will be served, plus we've got swag to give away!
This month we welcome Gilda Alvarez to present Database Migrations 101.
After the meeting we'll head to the Celebration Town Tavern for more socializing. (You are responsible for your own drinks)
Make a difference in someone's career: Invite them to attend the meeting with you! (Heck, invite them to attend even if you can't make it)
Database Migrations 101
Speaker: Gilda Alvarez
Summary: The only constant thing is change. As companies continue to migrate to newer versions or different data centers, we need to develop strategies and tools to make sure we can perform successful migrations. What if we had a checklist? Just like moving to a new home the success of the "move" relies on the preparation. This presentation will go over a checklist of steps needed to prepare for a database migration.
About Gilda: Gilda Alvarez is Sr. Solution Engineer at Deloitte. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with MIS and Computer science degrees. She has over a decade of experience in Enterprise Information Technology solutions for several Fortune 500 companies. In depth and applied knowledge of database administration with emphasis on high availability and disaster recovery solutions, security audits, database health checks, capacity planning, resource utilization analysis and enterprise database migrations. She is a big advocate of technical and leadership education in her community. She loves to spend time with her family, friends and dance Latin music.
Maximizing SSIS Package Performance (Video Replay)
Speaker: Tim Mitchell
Summary: When reviewing your ETL processes, the No. 1 question is always, "Does it work as expected?" Closely following that question is the ubiquitous, "How fast does it run?" This session's tips are targeted at improve the latter.
In this video replay from the 2015 PASS Performance Virtual Chapter's "Performance Palooza", we'll focus on SSIS package performance, quickly reviewing 15 common hotspots for performance issues as well as recommended methods for maximizing throughput. You’ll walk away with some key design patterns and recommendations that you can use today to improve SSIS package performance.