SQL PASS in Detroit (SPID) Presents Colleen Morrow - Inside the Black Box - Making sense of Service Broker
To: All Members of the SQL PASS in Detroit (SPID) User Group.
You are cordially invited to the June meeting of SPID scheduled for June 9th. Join us as Colleen Morrow presents Making sense of Service Broker. Colleen will discuss troubleshooting tips and performance best practices to help you deploy a Service Broker solution in your own environment.
So, RSVP now and we’ll see you Thursday night, June 9th.
This month's meeting is sponsored by SQL Pass in Detroit (SPID) and Microsoft. Please click on the pictures above to learn more about each organization.
Register at EventBrite http://spidjune2016.eventbrite.com so we know how much food to order.
Also check out our web site at, http://detroit.sqlpass.org/
Thursday, June 9, 2016 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Microsoft Southfield Office Directions found by clicking here.
Southfield, MI 48075
Registration: Register at EventBrite - http://spidjune2016.eventbrite.com
Topic – Inside the Black Box - Making Sense of Service Broker
SQL Server Service Broker is often seen as a black box. Messages go in, and hopefully they come out on the other side. But when they don't, DBAs typically don’t know where to look. Trying to figure out what’s wrong quickly turns into a guessing game. It’s not that complicated once you understand how it all works.
Service Broker is an asynchronous messaging technology built into SQL Server that allows you to scale out your application, replicate data or perform ETL, all while guaranteeing messages are delivered and processed in the right order. In this session, we'll discuss the basics of the Service Broker architecture, its components, and deployment options. We will discuss troubleshooting tips and performance best practices to help you deploy a Service Broker solution in your own environment.
Bio – Colleen Morrow
Colleen Morrow is a database professional living in Cleveland, OH. For more than 12 years, she was a Database Administrator at a large law firm where she developed an appreciation for auditing, automation, and performance tuning. Colleen is currently a Principal Consultant at UpSearch. She is an active member of the Ohio North SQL Server User Group and has presented at many SQLSaturday events as well as PASS Summit 2014 and 2015.