SQLSaturday #287 Madison

  • Contained Databases: What, Why and Where.

In SQL Server 2012, Microsoft added the new feature “contained databases”. Database movement with out the orphans! Developers working independent of an instance! Delegate some database administration with out granting SA! Sound to good to be true? Come learn how these and other elements of a “contained database”, can impact your database life.

SQLSaturday #291 Chicago

With PowerShell and SQLPSX your DBA life can be a lot simpler. SMO is powerful, but can be difficult to use.  Enter SQLPSX. Chad Miller put together a set of PowerShell functions that streamline the use of SMO, easing management of a multi-server  environment. Come learn when and how the addition of  PowerShell and SQLPSX can benefit you.

  • PowerShell Panel

An all out question and answer session with Grant Fritchey b|t, Eric Boyd b|t, Merrill Aldrich b|t and Jim Dorame. Come and get your questions about PowerShell, how you can use it, why you would want to use it and where you might find it handy.

SQLSaturday #307 Iowa City

With PowerShell and SQLPSX your DBA life can be a lot simpler. SMO is powerful, but can be difficult to use.  Enter SQLPSX. Chad Miller put together a set of PowerShell functions that streamline the use of SMO, easing management of a multi-server  environment. Come learn when and how the addition of  PowerShell and SQLPSX can benefit you.

 

 

One thought on “2014 Presentations

  • May 17, 2014 at 10:29 am
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    This was a great session! I am brand new to using Powershell and was looking for a good reason to jump into using it. SQLPSX and the examples you showed were perfect. I have implemented the database backup report script at 2 of our clients and it’s working great. Thanks also for also helping me figure out the problems I had getting it to work unattended. Nice Job!

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