30/03/2009 9:28:22 AM
Perhaps one of the most underutilized features of SQL Server... welcome to Service Broker . Through the release of Service Broker in SQL Server 2005 database developers have more choices in their arsenal to implement a ‘messaging’ solution at the database level. Service Broker allows asynchronous processing of multiple tasks that can be executed in parallel independent of each other. So it represents a solution that can be used by most organisations. In this session Anant will examine other messaging solutions available and how Service Broker is superior. Having implemented a Service Broker solution he will go through the design considerations and pain points experienced. There will be plenty of demonstrations and practical advice, so make sure you attend this one!
[b]Speaker:[/b] Anant Bondalapati.
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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 12:00 - 14:00 |
On: Wednesday, 3 June 2009