June 2010 Sydney SQL Server User Group: Come see my session on Master Data Services, details below

This month we have two sessions:

Master you data with Master Data Services (Shashank Pawar)

Why use PowerShell (Siraj Jamdar)

| Venue: Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney

| Duration 5:30PM Networking (Pizza & Drinks provided) 6:00PM - 8:00PM

| Session

| On: Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Please register so I know how much Pizza to order http://sqlserver.org.au

You have no doubt heard about the upcoming release of SQL Server 2008 R2 and all of its great capabilities & features. With

  • PowerPivot enabling self-service BI
  • Multi-server management enabling DBAs quick insight on the utilisation of SQL Server environment
  • Increased scalability with support for 256 logical processors and
  • Master data management capability with Master Data Services.

Well what's this last feature you may ask? Well glad you asked, at the next SQL Server user group we will have Shashank Pawar from Microsoft give a overview on the...

"What, Why, Where, When, Who and How of Master Data Services".

In the meantime should you wish to learn further about this capability, please visit - http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/en/us/MDS.aspx.

Master you data with Master Data Services

Shashank Pawar (sqlman), SQL Server Technology Specialist at Microsoft, is a database professional with over 10 years experience in the support, design, development and usage of SQL Server database technology. His experience covers both OLTP and OLAP applications, with a speciality in high availability, troubleshooting and performance improvement.

Blog: http://blogs.technet.com/sqlman

Why use Powershell?

Siraj is going to draw on his experience on how Powershell has allowed him to solve challenges he faces from day-to-day as a dba at the Commonwealth Bank.

Siraj Jamdar is one of our most active user group members and has over 25 years working in and around data. The last 10 years+ he has been working as a dba at the Commonwealth bank where he is heavily relied on to keep a very large number of SQL Server databases running smoothly.

Comments (2)

  1. Carl Petersen says:

    Would you put Initiate Systems' <a href="http://www.initiate.com">Master Data Management</a> offerings on a shortlist for a mid-size regional bank?  Just wondering how they stack up against the other big players now that IBM acquired them.  Thanks.

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