SQLCAT tracks at 2007 SQL PASS

SQLCAT tracks at 2007 SQL PASS

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As you may already know from Brian Moran's SQL Server Magazine article "SQLCAT to Offer Six Sessions at PASS", the SQLCAT team will be providing 6 SQLCAT tracks at the 2007 SQLPASS event in Denver this year.  Below are the SQLCAT tracks schedule.  (The last session was added after the schedule was published.)
 
Wednesday, September 19th 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-410-M
Designing for Petabyte using Lession Learned from Customer Experiences
Lubor Kollar, Microsoft; Kevin Cox, Microsoft
Korbel 1C/1D
 
Wednesday, September 19th 1:30pm-2:45pm
DBA-411-M
Building High Performance Microsoft SQL Systems Using Lessons Learned From Customer Deployments
Michael Thomassy, Microsoft; Burzin Patel, Microsoft
Korbel 2A/2B
 
Thursday, September 20th 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-412-M
ISV Configuration & Implementation using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Juergen Thomas, Microsoft; Mike Ruthruff, Microsoft
Korbel 1A/1B
 
Thursday, September 20th 1:30pm-2:45pm
DBA-413-M
Building Highly Available Microsoft SQL Server implementations using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Prem Mehra, Microsoft; Lindsey Allen, Microsoft; Sanjay Mishra, Microsoft
Korbel 2A/2B

Friday, September 21st 9:45am-11:00am
DBA-416-M
Building & Deploying Large Scale SSRS farms using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Denny Lee, Microsoft; Lukasz Pawlowski, Microsoft
107/109
 
Friday, September 21st 1:00pm-2:15pm
DBA-415-M
Building & Maintaining Large Cubes Using Lessons Learned from Customer Deployments
Nicholas Dritsas, Microsoft; Eric Jacobsen, Microsoft
108/110/112
 
Friday, September 21st 4:00pm-5:15pm
BI-406
Diagnosing Analysis Services 2005 MDX Query Performance Bottlenecks
Carl Rabeler, Microsoft; Eric Jacobsen, Microsoft
111/113
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