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SQL Server 2005 Service Broker - Perth
Author: Brian H. Madsen Date Posted: 6/22/2006 12:55:03 AM
So we're back at it again - this time we're getting a visit from across the country..

Nick Ward is grazing us with his presence and is doing an interesting session on SQL Server 2005 Service Broker.

Title: SQL Server 2005 Service Broker
Presenter: Nick Ward, Technology Specialist, Microsoft
Venue: QV1, Level 14 250 St Georges Tce, MS Offices
Time: 13th of July, 2005 5pm-7pm

Service Broker is a new feature of SQL Server 2005 that provides a message-oriented queuing mechanism for building highly scalable, de-coupled applications. In fact, Service Broker offers the database administrator and developer a new architecture for building triggers, stored procedures and applications that can result in faster processing times for the end user. Service Broker also forms a core part of several other components of SQL Server eg: Database Mail.

In this session we cover:-

1) What is Service Broker?
2) What it offers DBA's "inside the database" & how to use it.
3) What it offers Architects "outside the database"

Nick Ward is a "Technology Specialist - Database & Business Intelligence" in the Enterprise Solutions Group, Microsoft Australia.

This session is an excellent example of how far SQL Server has come with the 2005 version compared to it's predecessors.

Also, as usual, please ensure that you register online prior to the event so we can have a better estimate for food and drink.

Lastly, this month again sees us with a great prize - Microsoft Application Center 2000.

Venue: QV1 250 St Georges Tce MS Offices, Level 14, 5pm-7pm | Duration 2hrs | On: Thursday, July 13, 2006