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Ensure Database Quality, Performance, and Availability
Author: Peter Ward Date Posted: 15/04/2011 12:54:14 AM
Business continuity relies on data that must be readily available and accessible. Ensuring that SQL Server is performing optimally puts unprecedented demands on those primarily responsible: database administrators, developers and analysts. Meeting these demands continues to be difficult, due to challenges with SQL Server sprawl, tightening IT budgets, growing complexity, and exponential data growth.

Quest solutions for SQL Server deliver the functionality that database administrators, developers and analysts need to be more productive in an increasingly complex environment.

In this session Quest Software System Consultants Jim Katsos and Alfred Lang will walk you through best practice advice around managing your SQL Server platform including a live demonstration of the key Quest Solutions at work. They will demonstrate the process of detemining system performance issues and remediating them.

About the Presenters
Jim Katsos has over 10 years experience in application and database availability and performance management. He currently is the technical lead for the Quest software’s Foglight Application and Service management suite of products for APACJ. Prior to joining Quest Software Jim undertook various consulting duties around database application development and performance tuning.

Alfred Lang is a solutions architect for Quest Software, with over 12 years of IT experience, specializing in databases, Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 & MySQL. He has been with Quest since 1999 and worked on the development teams for many quest products, including SQL Navigator, Spotlight on Oracle and Spotlight on Oracle RAC as a QA analyst.

Venue: Saxons, Level 11, 300 Adelaide Street. Brisbane | Duration Catering from 5:30PM for a 6:00PM Start (meetings typically finish at 7:30PM) | On: Thursday, 28 April 2011