Microsoft MVP community India along with Microsoft is hosting an online tech conference called “Microsoft Virtual Tech Conference” for both IT Pro and Developer audience. This is scheduled on 19th March 2014.
I’ll be presenting a Session for ITPro Track: Demystifying SQL Server Backups. In this Demo heavy session SQL Server MVP Sarabpreet Singh Anand will explain you the untold tips and tricks. Sarabpreet will Demo how to do Point-in-time recovery, what are the key things to keep in mind while planning the backup strategy of your mission critical DB. We’ll corrupt a DB live and then show you how to recover it.
I’ll also try to cover the new features of SQL Server 2014 related to Backups.
I’ll be delivering another webcast in Lunch Time series and this time its on How to Monitor SQL Servers using Powershell – Part 1. Join this webcast to learn how to create your own monitoring solution for SQL Servers using Powershell.
About the Session: Monitoring and Alerting is a vital process of every IT Pro and if you are managing more than just a couple of SQL Servers it becomes indispensable. This webcast will guide you and explain the ted-bits about creating your own Monitoring Solution. This will work as a Ice-Breaker session for those who don’t know much about PowerShell and how to use PowerShell to create your own customized monitoring\alerting solution.
I’ll be delivering a Webcast on AlwaysON in the new Lunch Time series.
Lunch Time is a new talk series scheduled for every alternate Wednesday exactly during the Lunch Time. And the presenters of this talk series are the Most Valuable Professionals. This would give the audience a good platform to learn from these exceptional technical leaders and give product feedback to Microsoft through them.
Scarcity is the fundamental economic problem of having humans who have unlimited wants and needs in a world of limited resources. Alternatively, scarcity implies that not all of society’s goals can be pursued at the same time. Just like Water the Server Resources are also getting scarce and we should find a way to put a Tap on these resources to optimally utilize them as and when needed. In this session we’ll see a way to control & manage server resources to get desired performance and targets.(Level: 100 – 300)