Ryan Adams – August 15, 2014
Shop with CMS and Policy Based Management
In this SQLRally #3 rated
session I will talk about Central Management Server and how it can help you
manage a disperse environment. I will also cover what Policy Based
Management is and how you can leverage its power to better manage your environment.
With PBM we'll see what it can and cannot do to help you enforce standards in
your enterprise. I will demonstrate PBM from creating and evaluating
policies to receiving alerts on policy violations.
Ryan Adams has worked for
Verizon for 16 years. His primary focus is the SQL Server Engine, high
availability, and disaster recovery. Previously he was a Senior Active
Directory Architect and designed the company's worldwide Active Directory
infrastructure. He serves on the Board of Directors for the North Texas
SQL Server User Group and is President of the PASS Performance Virtual Chapter.
He is also a PASS Regional Mentor and holds the following certifications: MCP
MCSA MCSE MCDBA MCTS MCITP.
Jeremiah Peschka - Sept 5, 2014 Noon CST
Designing a Data Strategy
Jeremiah (Blog | LinkedIn | Twitter) solves data problems using SQL Server, Riak, Hadoop, and
other database tools. He has over a decade of experience with performance
tuning and scalability database. Jeremiah is a Microsoft MVP; MCITP for SQL
Server 2005 – 2012; develops the .NET Riak client; and is a Cloudera Certified
Developer for Apache Hadoop. He’s also a big fan of coffee.
you’ve worried about outgrowing your current database or wasting countless
hours moving to the wrong data platform, listen up. There is an overwhelming
array of database options on the market, knowing which to pick is difficult.
Before jumping in, it’s important to have a list of questions to make your
decision easier. In this session, we’ll cover a set of questions to get your
team started in the decision making process. This session is for senior
developers and software architects looking to expand their horizons.
Data Architecture underpins just about
everything we do in IT. Without a clear understanding of how data is
structured, there is no reliable way to derive meaning from it. Data
Architecture drives the design and governance of data systems, and thus should
be of interest to any data professional. Data Architecture provides the
blue-prints that we all share, whether we be DBAs, data integration developers,
database developers, data warehousing professionals, data presentation
developers or client-side application developers persisting data for later
Data Architecture Virtual Chapter will focus on data architecture concerns as
they impact users, developers and DBAs on the Microsoft SQL Server platform. We
want to make data architecture accessible to all data practitioners, and drive
the point home that Data Architecture is a set of practices and a body of
knowledge that overlaps almost all database professionals to some degree.
at firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter is @DArchVC