Today’s SQL Lunch was a huge success, even though we experienced a few technical difficulties. Tim Mitchell spoke on Deploying Report Builder 2.0 for Self-Service Reporting, which apparently is a very hot topic. There were 100 people in attendance. When I initially started the SQL Lunch I always hoped to reach as many people as possible. Well it looks like it is paying off. Thanks Tim for such a great presentation. If you have yet to attend a SQL Lunch Meeting our next meeting is on October 26, 2009 at 11:30 AM CST time. Here are the details:
Topic: Accidental DBA and Performance Data Collector
Presenter: Barry Ralston. Barry is currently Vice President for Technical Solutions with Birmingham-based ComFrame Software. Since joining ComFrame in 2001, his client successes include Aflac, Honda, and the Children's Hospital of Alabama. In addition to speaking at the Alabama .Net Code Camps 1, 4 and 5, Barry has delivered presentations on Business Intelligence with Microsoft technologies at SQL Saturday 1 and 4.
Abstract: A new feature in SQL 2008 may well improve the ability of “accidental DBA’s” to monitor, manage and tune SQL Server. This presentation will outline how to setup Performance Data Collector (PDC) and use
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