30/06/2004 6:24:37 PM
SQL Server 2005 is appearing over the horizon with the first public beta available shortly. SQL Server 2005 has many new features which will enable new application architectures, however most of us will be interested in what it can do for our current application architectures running on SQL Server today. In this session we discuss the improvements in the core technology, the relational and storage engines.
Tony Bain has many years experience with all aspects of SQL Server including design, development, developer training, security, high availability &scalability and disaster recovery planning. Tony has written a number of SQL Server books, the latest being, “Beginning SQL Server 2000 DBA” which helps developers and other non-DBAs get up to speed on the administration requirements of SQL Server. Tony is a SQL Server Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and lives in Melbourne, Australia.
Venue: Clifton's Level 2, 190 George Street Sydney |
Duration 5:30PM pizzas & drinks for 6:00PM start |
On: Tuesday, 27 July 2004