3/05/2007 6:29:16 PM
Service Broker is perhaps one of the more powerful and yet least understood components delivered with SQL Server 2005. The purpose of this session is to provide a practical demonstration of how Service Broker applications operate and to detail the things which every SQL Server database administrator should know before deploying Service Broker applications in a production environment.
The session will help database professionals to understand the components of a Service Broker application and show how such applications are deployed, monitored and managed. We will also look behind the scenes at some of the objects and tools provided with Service Broker to make the job of a database administrator less stressful.
Meet the presenter
Glyn Llewellyn is a leading SQL Server database analyst and designer in both Australia and the United Kingdom. He is a director of Frontrow Data Solutions which is a Sydney based SQL Server database and Business Intelligence consultancy. He has been an active part of the Sydney SQL Server User group since his return to Sydney in 2004. He provided advice and consultancy services to a number of significant local and overseas companies in the area of SQL Server performance, database design and operations. He is able to bring his experience as an production SQL Server database administrator to explain the things that database administrators need to understand about Service Broker applications.
Venue: Mechanics' School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney |
Duration 5:30pm Dinner - Session 6pm until 8pm |
On: Wednesday, 9 May 2007