All Things Data: Reasons to Attend SQL Server Live!/Live! 360
Data seems to be on everyone’s mind these days, including how to harness it, protect it, and use it in the most effective way possible. That said, here are SQL Server gurus Don Jones and Andrew Brust with some insights on how SQL Server Live! can help you, and your company, lead the data race…
SQL Server continues to be a big deal for many organizations. And even as SQL Server itself moves into new versions, we continue to rely on a variety of versions to run all of our mission-critical line-of-business applications. It makes a DBA’s job messy, creates complications for developers, and fosters an overall environment of data chaos. But we’re here to help you reign in the crazy, make better use of your existing resources, and leverage new technologies as appropriate.
At SQL Server Live!, we’re continuing our focus on real-world, relevant content that you can use right away. From sessions designed for the “reluctant SQL Server admin,” to sessions designed for hardworking developers, through to performance optimization and even business intelligence and analytics, you’ll find it all. Whether you’re an administrator, developer, or curious about Analytics and Data Science, SQL Server Live! brings you the information you need: performance tuning, query design, BI architecture, and more.
We’ve also aligned the content at SQL Server Live! with that of the many co-located technology tracks at Live! 360. This gives you an unprecedented opportunity to focus not just on SQL Server, but also IT Pro content, Office & SharePoint, .NET development with Visual Studio, and cross-platform mobile development – all in a single venue.
Whether you need to dive deep into a particular technology, or hit a broad range of sessions that address your specific business and operational needs, you should find everything you need at Live! 360 Orlando.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Andrew J. Brust
Senior Director, Datameer
Curriculum Director for IT Pro Content
SQL Server Live! Conference Co-Chairs
Posted by Lafe Low on 09/06/2016 at 1:30 PM