SQLSaturday #473 – Cleveland 2016

UpSearch at SQLSaturday #473

UpSearch proudly sponsored PASS SQLSaturday #473 – Cleveland 2016. The event was held February 6, 2016 at Hyland Software, 28500 Clemens Rd., Cleveland, Ohio, 44145. UpSearch’s Colleen Morrow and David Maxwell volunteered to make 2 presentations.

Lunch Session with SQL Sentry

SQL Sentry’s Justin Randall and UpSearch’s Colleen Morrow demonstrated how SQL Sentry tools help UpSearch and their customers monitor and tune SQL Servers.

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Presentations

The UpSearch team supported SQLSaturday #473 – Cleveland 2016 by making two presentations:

Colleen Morrow presented Inside the Black Box – Making Sense of Service Broker.

David Maxwell presented Turbo-Charged Transaction Logs.

Honorable Mention

Sometimes, moments unexpectedly transcend all expectations. Evelyn Maxwell’s presentation was one of those moments for many of us.

If you don’t know about Evelyn Maxwell, you ought to. In her SQLSaturday speaking debut, Evelyn presented Improving Your PowerPoint Skills. Everyone learned something new about PowerPoint. She made us laugh, kept the audience engaged, under control and navigated technical difficulties like a seasoned professional.

Keep your eye on Evelyn Maxwell. It won’t be long before she challenges for PASS Summit Speaker Idol.

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Special Mentions

Thank you to the Ohio North SQL Server User Group’s effort for hosting SQLSaturday #473 – Cleveland 2016. If you live in the Greater Cleveland, OH area, consider getting involved with the Ohio North SQL Server User Group, or find them on Twitter at @ONSSUG.

About PASS SQLSaturday

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The PASS SQLSaturday program provides 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 is a leading Microsoft Gold Partner for organizations who rely on Microsoft’s Data Platforms, and its mission is to enable every leader to unlock data’s full potential.

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