North Texas SQL Servers Users Group

Dallas SQL Saturday 2019 Info

     4 Full Day Sessions for Ridiculously Low prices. One of them has already sold out. Tell your boss, "Hey, I can get a $1200 class for only $139!". Seriously, it's that much of a steal! And these speakers are
Internationally Known, Book Authors, and Respected Authorities. Good gracious folks, what's holding you up? Can't miss that Friday meeting?


  More than 60 Sessions throughout the day, 10 different sessions to choose from in any particular hour. Absolutely FREE. What's to lose? Register now!



   The MAY 2019 meeting is sponsored by Red Gate. We will have 1 big raffle prize and many smaller raffle items to give out. We will also announce their upcoming SQL in the City, taking place next week in Austin, TX. Thank you Redgate!

Next Meeting: Thu, Mar 16 2017


Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None

16 MARCH 2017 NTSSUG Meeting
6:00 - 6:30 - Welcome, Announcements & Food
6:30 - 8:00 - SQL Server on Linux with Denzil Ribeiro
8:00 - 8:15 - Closing


UTC : Thu, Mar 16 2017 23:00 - 01:30
Event Time : Thu, Mar 16 2017 18:00 - 20:30 Central Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Thu, Mar 16 2017 23:00 - 01:30


7000 North Highway 161
Irving, Texas

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

SQL Server on Linux

Speaker: Denzil Ribeiro, Principal Program Manager - SQL Customer Advisory Microsoft

Summary: The next version of SQL Server ( SQL 2017 ) brings all the goodness of SQL Server to the Linux ecosystem. This includes all known and loved SQL 2016 features Columnstore, in-memory OLTP , security features and great manageability and tooling. This is the same SQL Server you are used to on windows that now runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE, Ubuntu and other container platforms such as Docker, Kubernetes etc. Come see SQL Server on Linux in action.

About Denzil: Denzil Ribeiro is a Principal Program Manager in the SQLCAT (Customer Advisory team). He is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) and has 15+ years of experience working with large SQL Server implementations. Prior to his SQLCAT role, he has worked as a SQL Server Escalation Engineer and in the field as a Premier Field Engineer.

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