Windows Server 2012 for the DBA

I think DBA should have some basic knowledge of operating systems and given that so much has changed in Windows Server 2012, I hope that having a non SQL session at SQL bits will be a good use of your time

This is an unstructured/ structured session like the UK IT camps that I run.  You help set the agenda and then I use my demo rig to show you how the stuff works without the aid of PowerPoint. so questions and opinions are encouraged as is helping the presenter when the odd mistake occurs!


Presented by Andrew Fryer at SQLBits XI
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    I am a technical evangelsit at Microsoft specialising in business intelligecne and data management. I got interested in large databases while at HM Customs in the nineties as part of the move to intelligence led resourcing, but another inititive namely outsourcing meant that my last ten years have been in the private sector working for a number of gold partners, before joining Microsoft last July. I got into SQL Server in v6 and have used this platform almost exclusively since then for a wide variety of clients from tiny breweries to global banks.
    http://blogs.technet.com/Andrew
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