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ARC: Reducing Your Storage Cost in SQL Server 2008 (Victor Isakov)
Author: Victor Isakov Date Posted: 27/01/2009 6:56:07 PM
Are increasing storage costs hurting your bottom line as data sizes keep growing throughout your organization? In this session, we explore how SQL Server can help you lower your storage costs. We start with Microsoft SQL Server 2005 partitioning to transparently migrate older data to lower-cost storage tiers over time. We then discuss new storage cost-saving functionality in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 such as data compression, backup compression, and sparse columns, filtered indexes, file stream which can get you to 50% or more reduction in storage requirements for typical applications. Throughout the session, we share experiences, insights, and best practices from SQL Server customers and Microsoft-internal deployments. Learn how to make good use of these technologies in combination.

[b]Speaker:[/b] Victor Isakov is a Database Architect and Microsoft Certified Trainer who provides consulting and training services to various organizations in the public, private and NGO sectors globally, and been involved in different capacities at various international events and conferences. He has authored a number of books on SQL Server and worked closely with Microsoft to develop the new generation of SQL Server 2005 Certification and Microsoft Official Curriculum for both instructor led training (ILT) and e-Learning.

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Due to the interest shown in these events, the limited seating capacity and the registration process we would like everyone to confirm their attendance. We need people to RSVP 72 hours before the event so as to be able to print out the name badges and ensure a smooth registration process.[/i]

Venue: Westpac Place • 275 Kent St • Sydney • NSW 2000 | Duration 12:30 - 14:30 | On: Wednesday, 1 April 2009