Upcoming webcasts on SQL Server 2005. Don't forget to attend them....!
Webcast Schedule - October 2007
Attend a series of LIVE Webcasts this October by Microsoft experts on Infrastructure Architecture - Case Study Review, SQL Server 2005 - Basics, SQL Server 2005: Database Maintenance, Monitoring SQL Server 2005 Performance and get on to the edge of the steep-learning curve.Register Now!
October 15, 2007(4:00 pm - 5:30 pm)
Infrastructure Architecture - Case Study ReviewInfrastructure Architecture - Case Study Review.Speaker: Ramnish Singh
October 17, 2007(2:00 pm - 3:00 pm)
SQL Server 2005 - BasicsThis session we will take a look at the various SQL Server 2005 Editions available in the market. We will then take a dive into the various sub-components introduced with SQL Server 2005. The session will build the foundation for getting started with SQL Server 2005.Speaker: Vinod Kumar
October 18, 2007(4:00 pm - 5:30 pm)
SQL Server 2005: Database MaintenanceAlthough many of the concepts of database maintenance in a SQL Server 2005 Environment remain the same as with previous SQL releases, there are several new features. Database snapshots provide a way to revert to a point of consistency, while partial restores allows users to access unaffected files and pages. You can now continue the backup and restore operations after a failure and configure fast recovery during crash recovering and mirroring failover. It is now possible to verify the integrity of data pages during backup and restore operations. Come, hear about all of these and see some of these features in action with me!Speaker: L Srividya
October 19, 2007(4:00 pm - 5:30 pm)
Monitoring SQL Server 2005 PerformanceA number of tools are available to inspect and record activity in a SQL Server installation. Some are built into SQL Server and some are built into the Operating System. Some of these tools include the System monitor, Data Tuning Advisor, Activity Monitor, etc. This session takes you through a few of these tools for troubleshooting and optimizing your SQL Server performance.Speaker: L Srividya
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