In today's post, SQL Server Live! co-chairs Andrew Brust and Thomas LaRock explain why you should attend Live! 360 Orlando!
The more the world of technology changes and grows, the more data and databases are the absolute center of the story. Accordingly, the Microsoft Data Platform is now a fleet of products and services.
Maybe you're interested in query tuning and optimization with the flagship of the fleet, SQL Server. Maybe you're curious about running SQL Server 2017 on Linux. It could be that the developer, high availability, graph database or operational analytics features in SQL Server have you wanting to learn more.
Perhaps your eye is wandering, to Analysis Services, Power BI, Azure SQL Database or HDInsight. Perhaps Azure Data Lake Analytics, Data Factory, or Cosmos DB has piqued your curiosity. Or maybe the world of data science including R, Python and Azure Machine Learning is your territory, too. The good news? SQL Server Live! at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando has you covered, no matter which way you want to go.
Whether you're a DBA (by choice or accidentally), a developer, a data engineer, or a budding data scientist, you'll feel right at home at SQL Server Live! With some of the best-known independent experts in the Microsoft-centric database world presenting, SQL Server Live! is where you want to be.
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 the Microsoft Data Platform, but also IT Pro content, Office & SharePoint, .NET development with Visual Studio, and cross-platform modern apps 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 2017.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Senior Director, Market Strategy and Intelligence, Datameer
Head Geek, SolarWinds
Posted by Lafe Low on 08/09/2017 at 1:14 PM