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Upcoming Meetings


October 9, 2014 - How Active Directory Affects SQL Server

12pm AKST

Speaker: Ryan Adams
If you have ever had a Kerberos or SSPI context error, then you won't want to miss this session.  SQL Server has a large surface area and Active Directory can influence a big part of it.  I will discuss AD DNS configuration, Group Policy Objects, Kerberos (of course), and how all of them affect your SQL Server.  By the end of the session you'll have a check list of things to discuss with your domain administrator when you return to work.

In Person:
3000 C Street, Suite 210, Anchorage, AK
WebEx:
https://nbsys.webex.com/nbsys/j.php?MTID=m567111cfef4c60b9bcc1ac1b6b89f80d

More Details:
http://www.alaskasql.org/Blog/Post/17/10-9-14--How-Active-Directory-Affects-SQL-Server

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November 13, 2014 - SQL Server Optimization for SharePoint

12pm AKST

Speaker: Sven Aelterman
DBAs know that SharePoint just doesn't play nice with SQL Server. SharePoint administrators know that DBAs just don't understand SharePoint. This session will show hands-on how to get a SQL Server instance set up more effectively for SharePoint 2013. It's not black magic and it doesn't involve undocumented trace flags. Maybe DBAs and SharePoint admins can't get along, but at least you'll be able to cooperate after this session.

In Person:
3000 C Street, Suite 210, Anchorage, AK
WebEx:
https://nbsys.webex.com/nbsys/j.php?MTID=m567111cfef4c60b9bcc1ac1b6b89f80d

More Details:
http://www.alaskasql.org/Blog/Post/18/11-13-14--SQL-Server-Optimization-for-SharePoint


December 11, 2014 - PowerShell Cmdlets for the DBA

12pm AKST

Speaker: Jen McCown (Midnight DBA)
You've been hearing about this newfangled craze, and it's time to learn exactly why it's called POWERshell. You'll want to take notes, or better yet, bring your laptop and start using Powershell immediately. We will get Posh running and then I'll introduce you to the basic concepts, with examples to make things happen right away. We'll work on SQL Server with Powershell, and learn some cool techniques. Come see this all-demo, hands-on session!

In Person:
3000 C Street, Suite 210, Anchorage, AK
WebEx:
https://nbsys.webex.com/nbsys/j.php?MTID=m567111cfef4c60b9bcc1ac1b6b89f80d

More Details:
http://www.alaskasql.org/Blog/Post/19/12-11-14--PowerShell-Cmdlets-for-the-DBA

​Hello, and welcome to the brand new Alaska SQL Server User Group!  We are still setting things up around here.

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