SQLSaturday #299 – Columbus 2014

SQL Server Team - blog - August 2014

UpSearch at SQLSaturday #299

UpSearch proudly sponsored PASS SQLSaturday #299 – Columbus 2014.  The event was held Jun 14, 2014 at the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center (Bldg 17) on the beautiful Ohio Dominican University campus located at 1215 Sunbury Road, Columbus, OH 43219. UpSearch’s Allen White and Brian Davis volunteered to make four presentations.

Sponsor Raffle Winner

Congratulations Scott Thomas and Fiserv!

Scott Thomas won UpSearch’s sponsor raffle. His organization, Fiserv, receives a FREE SQL Server Health Check.

Presentations

The UpSearch team (pictured left to right: Brian Davis and Allen White) also supported SQLSaturday #299 – Columbus 2014 by volunteering to make four presentations:

SQLSaturday #299 Columbus - June 14 2014

Brian Davis presented Getting Started with Hekaton and how Hekaton can help you.

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Brian Davis made a presentation on how to use SSIS Templates.

by Brian Davis

Allen White presented how to keep your data warehouse updated using SQL Server Service Broker messages from your OLTP database.

Allen White made a presentation on how to use PowerShell to efficiently manage SQL Server.

Special Mentions

We appreciate the Columbus SQL Server User Group’s team effort to host SQLSaturday #299 – Columbus 2014. If you live in the Greater Columbus, Ohio area, consider getting involved with Columbus PASS (CBusPASS).

And finally, a special thank you to Chris Bell of WaterOx Consulting for making a SQLSaturday #299 – Columbus 2014 quick review.

About PASS SQLSaturday

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The PASS SQLSaturday program provides the tools and knowledge needed for groups and event leaders to organize and host a free day of training for SQL Server professionals. 

To learn more about PASS SQL Saturday visit http://www.sqlsaturday.com/about.aspx.

About UpSearch

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UpSearch provides as needed Microsoft SQL Server DBA Services across the globe. We specialize in helping leaders protect, unlock and optimize data’s value.

To learn more about UpSearch visit https://upsearch.com.

 

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