As part of the SQLRelay events the
South Wales SQL Server UG welcomes Satya K Jayanty (MVP)
Satya Shyam K Jayanty is an
Independent consultant working as a Principal Architect and Director for D Bi A
Solutions Limited based in the UK.
He has a Master's degree in Economics
and Commerce from Osmania University, Hyderabad (India) and an MBA - Systems
from the University of the West of England.
Satya started his career in the IT
industry in 1992, and he has been working with SQL Server (from version 4.2)
for more than 15 years and has been an accomplished Microsoft SQL Server MVP
for the last six years.
Satya is a frequent speaker and SME volunteer
at Microsoft Tech-Ed, SQL PASS, SQL Bits, Scottish Area SQL Server user group.
He maintains a blog at sqlserver-qa.net and sql-server-performance.com.
SQL Server upgrade 2000/2005 to
2008/R2: best practices
Upgrade of the data platform is no
simple task, but using best practices you can accomplish the mission!
We will go through the SQL Server
2008 upgrade process, how to identify the issues to resolve and notes from the
field. The session will cover the essential phases and steps involved in
upgrading SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, and SQL Server 2008 to SQL Server
2008 R2 by using best practices and available resources.
We will cover the complete upgrade
cycle, including the preparation tasks, upgrade tasks, and post-upgrade tasks.
This session will also cover notes on upgrading a stand-alone instance;
upgrading a clustered instance; upgrading instances involved in mirroring, log
shipping, and replication; feature-specific considerations; and recommended
tools for a successful upgrade.
SQL Server Integration Services
SSIS has many diverse uses on ETL,
take from simple data import/export to advanced techniques on
quality/transformation and Integration Services.
In this talk we will go through the
best practices which have been developed/implemented/followed over the
years. Important areas covered include performance, connectivity, logging and
troubleshooting, and deployment.
On arrival please sign in at the
reception desk and wait in the foyer to be taken up to the room.
One of the main objectives of the
user groups is to intoduce new speakers, and here at Cardiff we're always
looking for to support anyone who has something interesting to share with the
SQL Community. We'll give you all the encouragement and support you need. We're
really flexible so if you only want to speak for a shorter amount of time, say
15 mins then this is perfectly fine. If you've be thinking about this, then
please get in touch with myself, Adam Morton.
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