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Don’t call me crazy, Biml is not just for BI
Author: Darren Gosbell Date Posted: 24/06/2015 5:09:28 PM
Biml for a DBA? Hang on a minute, Biml is for Business Intelligence developers right? A DBA is primarily responsible for the administration and day-to-day running of SQL Server environments. What does BI have to do with administration and day-to-day tasks? Environment Migrations, Environment Refreshes and DB Maintenance are just a couple of key tasks that a DBA will need to worry about in their environment. In this session I will introduce Biml & BimlScript to the DBA outlining with a framework in place, how these tasks can be implemented in a standard and consistent fashion. With the use of some demo’s showing how Biml can make life easier for the DBA and bust the myth that Biml & BimlScript are only for Business Intelligence developers.

About the Presenter
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Warwick Rudd is a SQL Server MVP, Microsoft Certified Master – SQL 2008, MCT, Founder and Principal Consultant at SQL Masters Consulting. With over 15 years of experience beginning with the release of SQL Server 6.5 he has worked in both Australia and England from small start-ups to Multi-National Corporations. Warwick predominantly specializes in designing and implementing HA & DR solutions. He is a frequent speaker at local SQL User Groups & SQLSaturday events in Australia and New Zealand.

Venue: Microsoft Level 5, Building 4, Freshwater Place, Southbank , Melbourne, VIC | Duration 5:30PM pizzas & drinks for 6:00 start, approx 7:45pm finish | On: Tuesday, 21 July 2015