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  • Events - SQLUG.be
    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 Love is AlwaysOn and Contained Databases 17 04 2013 With natural disasters like earthquakes and fires in the news so often and the economy still struggling to stabilize IT Professionals know that many disasters can shut down a SQL Server When it comes to high availability SQL Server 2012 changes the game by introducing SQL Server AlwaysOn You can increase application availability and get a better return on your hardware investments Pieter will show you the key capabilities and concepts of Database and Instance Availability deploying availability groups configuration Application Failover possibilities with the active secondary and initiating a failover Oh wait a minute Failover What about the transfer of my logins Well that s when contained database comes into the picture Steve tell you all about Partially Contained Databases Partially Contained Databases Partial CDB has been introduced in SQL Server 2012 RC0 A Partial CDB is a type of user database which is isolated from the database engine and therefore has a high portability They contain all the necessary settings and metadata which defines a database In this session we will discus how to set up a Partial CDB it s authentication and how to deploy it to another SQL Server 2012 instance About the speakers Pieter Vanhove is a SQL Server MVP

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20130417 (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 Automating SSRS Deployments 29 01 2013 You have just finished your dazzling SSRS report project and you can t wait to show your visual cleverness to the users But the DBA hasn t given you permission to directly deploy to the production server Instead this paranoia person asked you to deliver him deployment scripts What are you supposed to do In the following two sessions Valentino and Koen will show you two different methods to get the job done Automating SSRS deployment using built in SQL Server tools Have you always wanted to find out what the RS Utility is all about but never dared to ask Then this session is what you ve been waiting for Join Valentino to discover how rs exe can be used to automate SSRS report deployment Speaker Valentino Vranken Level 300 Leveraging MSBUILD to automate

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20130129 (2016-04-30)
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    introduction All about SQL Server Data Tools Data Platform components on the Microsoft Azure Platform Power BI Dashboarding Exploring Power Query Microsoft Azure for Developers Analyzing I O Subsystem Performance Database Design Throwdown Speeding up your ETL with CDC 2014 Big Data vs Many data with a dive into the PDW Unravelling SQL 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

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20121119 (2016-04-30)
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    combell Contact us Powershell The DBA as a consumer 24 10 2012 Focus for this session is demonstrating some quick benefits Powershell brings to day to day operations for a DBA and some gotchas experienced during the learning curve Johan Bijnens is a database firefighter involved with SQLserver since 2000 who works at Aperam Genk as member of the Industrial IT support department From a technical perspective Johan is involved in designing architectural solutions based on the Microsoft SQL Server Platform at Genk as well as ArcelorMittal Ghent and Dunkirk as well as the operational performance support for these sites Johan Bijnens walked through a career as COBOL Assembler developer using VSAM IMS on a mainframe operational responsible for a subset of data and production applications and technical analyst with a group of up to 6 programmers in his team In 1994 he participated in the introduction of DB2 in the company and was performance related go between of the development teams and the DA DBA team In 1996 he evolved to fulltime DBA for DB2 and IMSdb dc for as well development as production systems Since 1999 I moved over to ALZ currently Aperam to support the full envelope of DB2 and IMS DC for this stainless steel company In 2000 SQL Server became part of my life and also Oracle got demystified Since 2001 he spends 80 of his time to SQL Server The other 20 are spread over DB2 and Oracle backup recovery and SQL support Since 2005 I m also involved in design and implementation and support of the SQLServer infrastructure at ArcelorMittal Ghent and Dunkirk for the 2005 and 2008 R2 versions About Johan Bijnens Johan Bijnens is a database firefighter involved with SQLserver since 2000 who works at Aperam Genk as member of the

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20121024 (2016-04-30)
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    Unravelling SQL 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 An evening in the cloud the old the new and the big 27 09 2012 The last couple of months have been very exciting times for Microsoft fans With the release of the central flagship SQL Server 2012 and the new and improved Cloud offering on Windows Azure Microsoft managed to change the IT Landscape dramatically During this talk we want to take you through all the SQL Server features in the Windows Azure Environment in either the full cloud spectrum or hybrid scenario s We ll cover subjects like SQL Databases IaaS provisioning integration migration and touch some of the more computing topics in the Windows Azure when it comes to data Going from the pure basics of all SQL related to the more advanced stuff you can do with this magnificent cloud platform

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20120927 (2016-04-30)
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    by combell Contact us xVelocity and DAX in Action 14 05 2012 We are very proud to announce Chris Webb and Alberto Ferrari as speakers on the next SQLUG evening event The two SSAS Maestros will present no less than 3 sessions on xVelocity DAX in Action and Choosing between Tabular and Multidimensional Inside xVelocity VertiPaq PowerPivot and BISM Tabular models in Analysis Services share a great columnar based database engine called xVelocity in memory analytics engine VertiPaq If you want to improve performance and optimise memory used you have to understand some basic principles about how this engine works how data is compressed and how you can design a data model for better optimisation Prepare yourself to change your mind xVelocity optimisation techniques might seem counter intuitive and are absolutely different than OLAP and SQL ones DAX in Action What is new in DAX and when it is better faster than other existing languages Does it makes the project development faster and cheaper Discover the answer to these questions by looking at some real world scenarios that will give you the elements to compare DAX with other languages such as SQL and MDX Choosing between Tabular and Multidimensional You have a new project and you have to make an important decision upfront Should you use Tabular or Multidimensional It is not easy to answer because sometime there is a clear choice but most of the times both decisions might be correct at least at the beginning In this session we ll help you making an informed decision correctly evaluating pros and cons of each one according to common scenarios considering both short term and long term consequences of your choice About the speakers Alberto has been working with SQL Server since 2000 has worked with SSIS SSAS and SQL

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20120514 (2016-04-30)
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    Big Data vs Many data with a dive into the PDW Unravelling SQL 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 ColumnStore Indexes in SQL Server 2012 16 04 2012 In this session we will focus on a data warehouse redesign to SQL Server 2012

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20120416 (2016-04-30)
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    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 View and SQL Server 2012 27 03 2012 Power View is a new and exciting self service data visualization capability in SQL Server 2012 for data from Analysis Services Tabular or PowerPivot In early 2012 Financial Architects and Kohera joined forces to explore the potential of this technology from the perspective of a Microsoft ISV in the Finance Industry The result of the project is an end to end solution that seamlessly adds these capabilities onto FinArch s existing suite of applications If you are planning to evaluate this technology or want to get started join this session to learn all about the best practices and lessons we learned Johan Van Hoye is an independent consultant with 15 years of day to day experience on SQL Server and enterprise software development Holding a degree in Applied Economics with specialization in Management ICT from the University of Antwerp he has been at the intersection of the functional world of the Finance Industry and the Microsoft technology world ever since Past roles include CTO at Financial Architects and CTO at 2imagine In his current role at Financial

    Original URL path: http://sqlug.be/events/20120327 (2016-04-30)
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