3/01/2011 5:08:01 AM
Wouldn't you rather spend your day learning all the funky new features in SQL Server ‘Denali’ than running all your daily checks over your instances? SQL Server 2008 introduced Policy Based Management which allows a fine-grained level of configuration and control of the instance's properties. The Enterprise Policy Management Framework takes this and extends it out to allow you to manage SQL 2000 and 2005 instances through policies as well.
Martin Cairney has over 10 years experience as a SQL Server DBA. In his time he has worked for one of the largest IT services companies and a number of top financial institutions in the world deploying and supporting SQL Server installations from versions 6.5 through to 2008R2. Martin’s focus is in making the life of a production DBA as simple as possible so that their time and effort can be shifted from ensuring systems are available to tuning them to perform as well as their design allows. He also dabbles in Powershell and has developed a number of DBA tools written in Powershell.
Venue: L2 Westpac House (91 King William St, cnr Currie St) |
Duration 12:00-14:00 |
On: Tuesday, 25 January 2011