4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

Thinking outside the Box. Learning a little about a lot.

Being a SQL specialist is not enough. Windows and the interfaces SQL consumes are becoming ever more complex. Being aware of these technologies and beyond can make you a better DBA. You will learn how to become a DBA 2.5, SQL Enterprise name resolution strategies, create your own private VSAN & VCluster, fail instances BETWEEN separate clusters and use the CLR to manage the OS from SQL.
Presented by Mark Broadbent at SQLBits VII
Tags DBA
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    Mark Broadbent is a SQL Server MCM and speaker with extensive experience working with numerous HADR & upgrade solutions and deployments. In 2011 he was awarded Microsoft's Community Contributor award and in 2012 also received the PASS Outstanding Volunteer award. Mark currently serves as a PASS UK Regional Mentor, is the founder and event lead to SQLSaturday Cambridge (the UK's first SQLSaturday) and runs the Cambridgeshire SQL User Group which is a PASS Chapter. He has previously presented at SQLBits 7/8/9/X/XI, SQLRally 1/2, SQLRelay, PASS Summit 2011/12 and SQLSaturday's Lisbon, Dublin, Edinburgh, New York, Cambridge and Portland.
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