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SQL Saturday Raleigh

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February 24, 2018 Max will heading back to his old college town, home of NCSU, teaching how changes in hardware technology have changed many of the best practices for SQL Server DBAs. This also includes how new emerging technologies like the hardware in phones and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) will continue to impact database administration. If […]

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Planning SQL Server Availability Solutions in a Physical and Cloudy World

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For the first time in awhile, Allan will be teaching a full day class here in MA as a joint venture between SQLHA and NESQL. The class is Planning SQL Server Availability Solutions in a Physical and Cloudy World and will be held at the Microsoft  office in Burlington, MA. The price for the class […]

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SQL Saturday Chicago

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Allan will once again be speaking at SQL Saturday Chicago. He’ll be doing two sessions: “10 Years of Highs and Lows as an Independent Consultant” at 9:50 AM and “Infrastructure 101 for SQL Server Deployments” at 11:10 AM. The event this year is on March 17 and has moved to Benedictine University in Lisle, IL. […]

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SQL Saturday Redmond

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February 10, 2018 Max will back on Microsoft’s campus this spring, teaching how changes in hardware technology have changed many of the best practices for SQL Server DBAs. This also includes how new emerging technologies like the hardware in phones and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) will continue to impact database administration. If you are in the […]

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SQL Server Ireland User Group

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Right before SQLBits 16 in Telford, Allan will be traveling to Dublin, Ireland to speak at the SQL Server Ireland User Group. That evening his topic will be “What’s New for Availability in SQL Server and Windows Server 2016 & v.Next on Linux”. For more information and to register, click here.

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