3/08/2007 10:39:16 AM
The SQL Server database platform is hosting larger and larger databases. But the industry term “Very Large Database” (VLDB) is more difficult to define than ever with multi-terabyte database becoming very common. This session will answer questions like:
- How do I configure my SQL Server instances to support multi-terabyte databases?
- What risks and problems do VLDBs pose?
- How do I overcome issues presented by VLDBs?
Administrating and protecting very large databases is extremely difficult and very hard to learn except through direct experience. This session helps you learn from the experiences of others so that you can apply their lessons learned and mitigate your risks before you ever experience them.
About the Presenter
Kevin Kline is the Director of Technology for the SQL Server Solutions Group at Quest Software. He is a recognized SQL Server expert and author of the O'Reilly titles SQL in a Nutshell and Transact-SQL Programming, both going on their second editions. With more than 18 years of experience in the IT industry, Kevin has worked on large-scale database projects at Deloitte & Touche, NASA and the U.S. Army. He is currently the president of the international SQL Server user's group, PASS. In addition to being a Microsoft SQL Server MVP, Kevin is a regular contributor to database technology magazines, Web sites and discussion forums.
Venue: Microsoft Brisbane Office, Level 9, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street |
Duration Duration Catering from 5:30PM for a 6:00PM Start |
On: Tuesday, 9 October 2007