4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London


Ajay Jadoo

Ajay is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) in SQL Server. He works as Senior SQL Server DBA inLondon, at Morgan Stanley, one of the leading Investment Banks. While pursuing, the SQL Server 2008 MCM certification, Ajay also achieved the Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) Data Platform certification. He is the Lead SQL Server Subject Matter Expert/Product Specialist in the Global DBA Team. He is one the main points of escalations for troubleshooting complex SQL Server issues and provides guidance and advice to colleagues and users on various aspects of SQL Server and everything related to it. Moreover, as a leading member of the SQL Server Engineering subgroup, he is responsible for designing and developing TSQL stored procedures and PowerShell scripts to improve the efficiency of the Team by further enhancing the self-service suite for users and extending reporting and automation capabilities, for SQL Server.
Ajay Jadoo has submitted 4 sessions for SQLBits XIV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Come to learn how to implement solutions to prevent undesirable settings creeping in your SQL Server environment. To accomplish this, we will look Policy Based Management with Central Management Servers, SQL Server Audits and DDL Triggers.
SQL Server 2014 came with an abundance of new features but it is In-Memory OLTP which has been in the limelight. However, there are so many other reasons why you should migrate to SQL Server 2014. Come to find out about all the SQL Server 2014 Gems.
Certifications are an important aspect in the SQL Server world. They can help you stand out from the crowd and go up and career ladder. However, the greatest benefit is the knowledge you gain. Come to find out how to make the most of this journey.
Resource Governor allows DBAs to deal with rogue and runaway queries which could affect your SQL Server and all other users. Come to learn how you can use it to restrict the CPU, Memory and now (since 2014), the IO that particular processes can use.