Scott Klein is a Microsoft Data Platform Senior Technical Evangelist who lives and breathes data. His passion for data technologies brought him to Microsoft in 2011 which has allowed him to travel all over the globe evangelizing SQL Server and Microsoft’s cloud data services. Prior to Microsoft Scott was one of the first 4 SQL Azure MVPs, and even though those don’t exist anymore, he still claims it. Scott has authored several books that talk about SQL Server and Windows Azure SQL Database and continues to look for ways to help developers and companies grok the benefits of cloud computing. He also thinks “grok” is an awesome word.
Scott Klein has submitted 5 sessions for SQLBits XIV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions
This session will discuss the best practices and lessons learned while implementing and configuring SQL Server 2014 in-memory OLTP as customers large and small, including many global ISVs in the financial, retail, and content management industries.
In this session, we’ll discuss how you can blend a variety of Azure data services to best achieve performance, scale, cost-efficiencies, and data protection based on the needs of your cloud-born application data.
In this demo-heavy session, we will look at 5 great hybrid scenarios that are made possible by a few great new features as well as updated features of SQL Server 2014 to help manage your mission-critical applications by leveraging the cloud.
This session will look at SQL Database Elastic Scale through the important lens of the DBA, focusing on the critical aspects of database performance, maintenance, and management without adding unnecessary complexity.
Working on full abstract...i'll update this week.
This session will discuss the recommended approaches and best practices for partitioning and scaling Windows Azure SQL Database, allowing you to fully leverage the managed relational database service and take advantage of massive scale-out scenarios.
This session will focus on 5 great hybrid cloud features available in SQL Server 2014 that show how you can use these features to lower your TCO and leverage the cloud to provide new disaster recovery and backup solutions.