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SQLSaturday #383 – Rochester 2015

UpSearch at SQLSaturday #383

UpSearch proudly sponsored PASS SQLSaturday #383 – Rochester 2015. The event was held May 16, 2015 at Rochester Institute of Technology, 1 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623. UpSearch’s Kendal Van Dyke and Colleen Morrow volunteered to make 4 presentations.

Co-Sponsored Lunch Session

Kendal Van Dyke led a co-sponsored presentation between SIOS & UpSearch titled Implementing a SANLess Cluster in Under an Hour.

Presentations

The UpSearch team also supported SQLSaturday #383 – Rochester 2015 by making four presentations:

Kendal Van Dyke presented Transactional Replication: Architecture, Setup, and Monitoring.

Kendal Van Dyke presented Transactional Replication: Tuning and Troubleshooting.

Colleen Morrow presented Enterprise-level Auditing on a Standard Edition Budget.

Colleen Morrow presented So you want to be a Database Administrator.

Special Mentions

Thank you to the Rochester SQL Server User Group for hosting SQLSaturday #383 – Rochester 2015. If you live in the Greater Rochester, NY area, consider getting involved with the Rochester SQL Server User Group.

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 company of data management and analytics experts who enable digital maturity with Microsoft’s technologies. Its mission is to enable every leader to unlock data’s full potential. UpSearch provides full lifecycle support for SQL Server, SQL Server in Azure (IaaS), Azure SQL DB (PaaS), Azure SQL DW (PaaS), Analytics Platform System (APS), and Power BI.

So you want to be a Database Administrator

 

About the Presentation

In 2014, CareerBliss.com and Forbes Magazine ranked Database Administrator as the #1 happiest job. But what exactly does a DBA do? How does someone become a DBA? And why are they so darned happy? In this session we’ll explore the different types of DBA, their roles and responsibilities, and the career path for database professionals. Whether you’re just starting your career and trying to find your footing, or you’re a seasoned veteran wondering where to go from here, this session will show you the possibilities.

Session Level: Intermediate

Download the Presentation

So you want to be a Database Administrator (DBA)

Presentations (Upcoming & Past)

 

About the Author

SQL Server Consultant

Colleen Morrow

UpSearch Alum Colleen Morrow is a database strategist, community advocate, author, blogger and public speaker. She is passionate about helping technology leaders use Microsoft's SQL Server to protect, optimize and unlock data's value.

Colleen has been working with relational databases for almost 20 years. Since 2000, Colleen has specialized in SQL Server and Oracle database management solutions. She excels at performance tuning, troubleshooting mission critical SQL Server environments, and training technology professionals and business users of all levels.

Since 2011, Colleen has maintained a SQL Server focused blog at http://colleenmorrow.com. She is an active member of the Ohio North SQL Server User Group, as well as a volunteer for the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS). Colleen earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Systems from Cleveland State University.

Learn more about Colleen Morrow at https://upsearch.com/colleen-morrow/.

About UpSearch

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UpSearch is a company of data management and analytics experts who enable digital maturity with Microsoft’s technologies. Its mission is to enable every leader to unlock data’s full potential. UpSearch provides full lifecycle support for SQL Server, SQL Server in Azure (IaaS), Azure SQL DB (PaaS), Azure SQL DW (PaaS), Analytics Platform System (APS), and Power BI.