IT CAMP: Time to upgrade to SQL Server 2014


You are invited!
On April 12‚ 2016 Extended Support for SQL Server 2005 is coming to an end. After this date Microsoft will no longer provide assisted support‚ security updates or hotfixes for SQL Server 2005. Now is the time to upgrade to SQL Server 2014. Upgrade is an opportunity for your organization to significantly improve your database and applications performance, maintain security and compliance, and optimize your data platform infrastructure.
This 1-day hands-on technical training workshop focuses on scenario or lab based learning.
This course enables database administrators (DBAs) to explore SQL Server 2005 upgrade strategies and get familiar with new SQL Server 2014 capabilities: In-Memory for OLTP and DW, Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure for backup and DR, and others.

Cities and Dates:

Format: Instructor Led Lab/Demos

Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Who: Database Administrators, Architects, Developers


Attendees Will Explore:

New and Enhanced Features of SQL Server 2014

·         In-Memory OLTP Engine

·         AlwaysOn Enhancements

·         Buffer Pool Extension

·         Columnstore Indexes

·         Storage I/O Control

·         PowerView for Multidimensional Models

·         Power BI for Office 365 Integration

·         SQL Server Data Tools for Business Intelligence

·         Backup Encryption

Mission-critical Database Platform Capabilities of SQL Server

·         SQL Server 2014 In-Memory for OLTP


Enterprise Integration Management and Data Warehousing

·         Integrated In-memory technology

·         AlwaysOn HA/DR for mission-critical workloads

·         Cloud and on-premises scenarios support

·         Resource governance improvements

·         Advanced security enhancements

·         Hybrid Databases and Data Archiving

SQL Server 2014 Solutions in the Cloud

·         Disaster Recovery and Back up with Azure

imagePlus, attendees will receive a Free SQL Server 2014 book: Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2014. Technical Overview (Approximate Retail value of $11).*
Please find SQL Server 2005 End of Support Resources here.

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