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5-14-15: Common SQL Server Mistakes

Tim Radney, Principal Consultant at SQLSkills.com, SQL MVP, will talk about Common SQL Server Mistakes.  (More Info)

6-11-15: Windows Clustering for the DBA (Part 1 of 2)

Ryan J. Adams, SQL Server MVP and Regional PASS Mentor, will talk about all the things you need to stand up a Windows Cluster for SQL Server.  This is part 1 of a 2-part series. 

7-9-15: Windows Clustering for the DBA (Part 2 of 2)

Ryan J. Adams concludes his two-part series on Windows Clustering for SQL Server.

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5-14-15: Common SQL Server Mistakes

Making mistakes is natural, but learning from them and avoiding them in future takes effort. There's no substitute for experience or the shared wisdom of others to help you learn what mistakes to avoid. In this session, Tim will share with you a ton of what he's learned over the years from working and consulting at multiple Fortune-level companies.

You'll hear about real-world environments he has worked on where there was a high impact from administrators making mistakes in how SQL Server was configured and administered. You'll learn many proven and accepted best practices for installing, configuring and supporting SQL Server to help your environment run as smoothly as possible and you'll leave with a checklist of items to take home to make sure your SQL Server environment is configured properly.

Speaker: Tim Radney, Principal Consultant, SQLSkills.com

Tim is a SQL Server MVP. He has presented at PASS, SQL Saturdays, user groups and numerous webinars. In addition Tim runs the Columbus GA SQL Users Group, is a PASS Regional Mentor and was named a PASS Outstanding Volunteer in 2012. He's married with three children and has a passion for electronics. He also farms chickens (for eggs) and tilapias in his spare time.​   

Where: 

3000 C Street, Suite 210, Anchorage, AK  99503   

When:

WebEx Info:

  • Password: alaskasql

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More Info: 5-14-15: Common SQL Server Mistakes

  

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

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