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SQL Server Training the Redgate way

San Francisco 2012

Wednesday 03 October 2012


Red Room

Grey Room

Yellow Room

8.30 - 9.15

Registration - Tea, coffee, and pastries

9.15 - 9.50

No Data Left Behind
John Theron, Chief Marketing Officer 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

Ernest Hwang, Senior Software Engineer

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

Denny Cherry, MCM

Automated Deployment: Application And Database Releases Without The Headache

Justin Caldicott, Redgate

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

Thwarting Database Defects

Sebastian Meine and Dennis Lloyd Junior, Trainer and Consultants

Top 10 Query Optimizer Topics for Better Performance

Benjamin Nevarez, Senior Database Administrator

17.05 - 17.30

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