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  • Events - SQLUG.be
    Warehousing Strategy The dangerous beauty of Bookmark Lookups Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases What is Big Data Automating SSRS Deployments 2012 SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Spark on Azure A Gentle Introduction Data Factory introduction 26 11 2015 Spark on Azure A Gentle Introduction A gentle introduction to the world of Big Data and Spark We are going to use Spark notebooks Jupyter and Zeppelin which are available on Azure HDInsight to demonstrate the ideal ad hoc data analytics environment right from within your browser Apache Spark is the more or less successor to Hadoop bringing both a batch and streaming execution model Once the data is processed we will integrate Power BI on Apache Spark in an interactive way to build a nice dashboard and visualize our insights Azure Data Factory introduction Today s data landscape for enterprises continues to grow exponentially in volume variety and complexity It is more diverse than ever with on premises and cloud born data of different forms and velocities The data processing must happen across geographic locations including a combination of open source software and

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20151126 (2016-04-30)
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    Your backups high and dry 2013 SQL Server Days 2013 Parallel Data Warehouse Modern Data Warehousing Strategy The dangerous beauty of Bookmark Lookups Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases What is Big Data Automating SSRS Deployments 2012 SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us All about SQL Server Data Tools 02 09 2015 Many SQL developers spent much time with SQL Server Management Studio Nowadays their work can be made with SQL Server Data Tools a component of Visual Studio but in a more efficient way In this session we will look at the major features of SSDT for database development and see how commonly used daily operations are performed with Visual Studio SSDT covers all the stages of database development creating objects and writing T SQL code debugging performing unit testing preparing scripts for inserting data deploying to SQL Server Besides that SSDT offers you schema and data comparison tools and a capability to store code versions in Team Foundation Server All of these makes SSDT a powerful platform for database development About Andrey Zavadskiy Andrey Zavadskiy is Solutions architect SQL NET developer Ayax

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150902 (2016-04-30)
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    Days 2013 Parallel Data Warehouse Modern Data Warehousing Strategy The dangerous beauty of Bookmark Lookups Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases What is Big Data Automating SSRS Deployments 2012 SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Data Platform components on the Microsoft Azure Platform 18 06 2015 During this session we will discuss the data platform components that are available on the Microsoft Azure platform We will discuss how you can get the most out of a full cloud or hybrid setup using the Microsoft

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150618 (2016-04-30)
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    Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Power BI Dashboarding 10 06 2015 Power BI offers new features for creating dashboards on the cloud In this session you will learn how to create data models display visualizations and synchronize cloud data with on premise data sources In order to use these new features you will continue to leverage existing skillsets such as Tabular Power Pivot DAX and you will be able to connect to database and semantic models you already built such as existing databases in Analysis Services Multidimensional and Tabular The goal is to create dashboards leveraging data and models that you already have both on cloud and on premise About Alberto Ferrari Alberto has been working with SQL Server since 2000 has worked with SSIS SSAS and SQL Server spending most of his time in the development of a solid methodology to build data warehouses In 2009 he published his first book Expert Cube Development with SSAS 2008 with Marco Russo and Chris Webb which became a best seller for seasoned SSAS developers In 2010 he started working with the new SSAS Tabular engine in

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150610 (2016-04-30)
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    2014 In Memory OLTP Your backups high and dry 2013 SQL Server Days 2013 Parallel Data Warehouse Modern Data Warehousing Strategy The dangerous beauty of Bookmark Lookups Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases What is Big Data Automating SSRS Deployments 2012 SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Exploring Power Query 27 05 2015 In this session we are going to have a look at Power Query and check out the wonderful things we can do with it We are going to begin by exploring some of the options available through the Excel ribbon But this is a session for the SQLUG so we are not going to stop there The major part of the session we will have a look at the Power Query Formula Language also known as M Topics that will pass by are the language flow the different types of functions some special functions and a couple of tips and tricks About Ken Geeraerts Ken Geeraerts has been working with SQL Server for 10 years His role shifted from developer to business super user and back to business intelligence consultant This

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150527 (2016-04-30)
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    Data Warehouse Modern Data Warehousing Strategy The dangerous beauty of Bookmark Lookups Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases What is Big Data Automating SSRS Deployments 2012 SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Microsoft Azure for Developers 16 04 2015 Why should you as a developer be interested in Microsoft Azure What can you do with it If you ve ever wondered about that then this session if what you ve been waiting for Join Jan Mulkens a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert for BI in

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150416 (2016-04-30)
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    SQL Server Days 2012 Powershell The DBA as a consumer An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big xVelocity and DAX in Action ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 Power View and SQL Server 2012 2011 SQL Server Days 2011 Database Mirroring Microsoft Clustering and Virtualization PowerPivot BISM and the future of a BI Solution SQL Server Locking SQL Server Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Analyzing I O Subsystem Performance 19 03 2015 SQL Server is often I O bound but why Do you feel lost when talking to your storage administrator Are your storage subsystems like a mysterious black box where your databases live but you can t go visit This session will get you up to speed with the fundamentals of storage subsystems for SQL Server You will learn about the different types of storage that are available and how to decide what type of storage to use for different workload types You will also learn useful tips and techniques for configuring your storage for the best performance and reliability We ll cover methods to effectively measure and monitor your storage performance so that you will have valuable information and evidence available the next time you have to discuss IO performance with your storage administrator Come to this session to learn how to analyze I Os as well as options to reduce the bottlenecks About Glenn Berry Glenn is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP He has worked as a SQL Server

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150319 (2016-04-30)
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    Forensic Analysis 2010 SQL Server Days 2010 Ask the Experts What is System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers Resource Governor SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you About us Our Profile Our Goal Why register Our team Hosting by combell Contact us Database Design Throwdown 05 02 2015 Are you opinionated Are you usually right Do you know why Everyone agrees that if you want to have good database performance you must start with a good database design Unfortunately not everyone agrees which design options are best Data architects Karen and database administrators Tom have debated database design best practices for decades Often systems are built to handle current workloads and as time progresses the workloads increase but database performance doesn t scale accordingly Attend this session to join the debate about the pros and cons of these design decisions You ll learn about the contentious issues that will affect your end users most frequently and how to avoid them About the speakers Karen Lopez is Sr Project Manager and Architect at InfoAdvisors in Toronto Canada She has 20 years of experience in project and data management on large multi project programs She is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP and chapter leader of the Toronto SQL Server User Group Karen specializes in the practical application of data management principles She brings her energetic skeptical and sometimes cheeky style to modern data topics She blogs at www infoadvisors com and wants you to love your data blog twitter Thomas LaRock is a Head Geek at SolarWinds and a Microsoft Certified Master SQL Server MVP VMware vExpert and a Microsoft Certified Trainer He has over 15 years experience in the IT industry in roles including programmer

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20150205 (2016-04-30)
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