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SQL Server Training the Redgate way

New York 2012

Friday 28 September 2012


Red Room

Grey Room

Yellow Room

8.30 - 9.15

Registration - Tea, coffee, and pastries

9.15 - 9.50

No Data Left Behind
Simon Galbraith, Joint CEO at Redgate

10.00 - 11.00

Database Maintenance Essentials

Steve Jones, SQL Server MVP

Future Plans For Redgate Development

Redgate Product Management Team

Get more out of your monitoring

Robin Anderson, Redgate

11.00 - 11.30

Break-time (Grab a drink, something sweet, and network with attendees, presenters, and Redgaters.)

11.30 - 12.30

Prepare for when Disaster Strikes

Steve Jones, SQL Server MVP

Redgate tools – The Complete Lifecycle

Grant Fritchey, SQL Server MVP

Case Study: Why You Should Source Control Your Database

Mitchel Sellers, CEO/Director of Development

12.30 - 13.30

Lunch (On us of course. You can chill out, talk to Redgaters, and see the latest tools)
Lunchtime Table Discussions: (12.45 - 13.15) Deployment, Database Management, Database Monitoring, Continuous Integration

13.30 - 14.30

The Whys and Hows of Database Continuous Integration

David Atkinson and David Simner, Redgate

A Sandbox Development Process

Grant Fritchey, SQL Server MVP

14.40 - 15.40

Social Media, Business Intelligence, and Bridging the SSMS-VS divide

Noemi Moreno and Tom Austin, Redgate

Proactive Data Growth Management: Reducing your Storage Footprint

Tim Radney

Business Continuity & Evolution of DR

Robert Pearl, SQL Server MVP

15.40 - 16.05

Break-time (grab a drink, something sweet and network with attendees or speak to Redgaters)

16.05 - 17.05

Forgotten Rings and Other Monitoring Stories

Grant Fritchey, SQL Server MVP

Automated Deployment: Application And Database Releases Without The Headache

Aaron Nelson, SQL Server MVP

Session information coming soon

Speaker information coming soon

17.05 - 17.30

Drinks celebration - Final chance to talk to MVPs, presenters, and Redgaters.