At the end of last year, I had my first SQL Saturday experience. I presented my first international session on SQL Saturday in Slovenia. It was really great, so I decided to submit other sessions for other SQL Saturdays. I really like the British people so I submitted a few sessions for SQL Saturday Exeter. And guess what, one of my sessions got selected! I’m really looking forward to meet the British SQL people and the other international speakers that I have met before like Jen Stirrup, Stacia Misner, William Durkin, André Kamman, Mladen Prajdic and Matija Lah. You can find my session abstract below.
1, 2, 3, … wait… 1, 2, 3, … many… SQL Servers
Quote: “A good DBA is a lazy DBA”. When you have to manage a few SQL Servers, it’s not that hard to be a lazy DBA and to automate your day to day activities. But when you have to manage over 100 instances, it can become a tough job. Just imagine how you will deploy a new maintenance job on all your instances? Are you going to connect to each server one by one? Not really… Microsoft provides an enhanced set of multi-server management tools. The purpose of this sessions is to point out which SQL Server tools you can use for multi-server management. The session is bulk loaded with demos and it will give you a good idea what features can be helpful in your environment.
More information about the event can be found on http://www.sqlsaturday.com/269/eventhome.aspx
Hope to see you all there!