Next Meeting

Thursday,

March

08

SQL Restore: OPtimizing Your Data Recovery

  • In-Person @ The Motley Fool - 2000 Duke Street Alexandria, Virginia, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 21:00 (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

WHAT: When disaster strikes, everyone's immediate question becomes: How long until the system is back online? Whether it's a single database or the whole SQL environment, time is essential... As everyone waits on the restore to complete. How long will the restoration process take? Can it run faster? In this session, we'll answer these questions by looking at how to establish and maintain a Restoration Baseline and the options available for performance tuning database restores. WHO: Jamie Wick is the Systems & Database Engineer for The College of William & Mary and has been working with databases for the past 10+ years. His background includes working for several years as a SQL SysAdmin for the University of Queensland (Australia), a Master's degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University, and assorted Microsoft SQL certifications. He is a volunteer & speaker at regional SQL events (User Groups/SQLSaturdays), helps run the Richmond SQL Server Users Group and SQLSaturday RVA events, and is an avid photographer.

Featured Presentation:

SQL Restore: Optimizing Your Data Recovery

Jamie Wick, Systems and Database Engineer The College of William & Mary

WHAT: When disaster strikes, everyone's immediate question becomes: How long until the system is back online? Whether it's a single database or the whole SQL environment, time is essential... As everyone waits on the restore to complete. How long will the restoration process take? Can it run faster? In this session, we'll answer these questions by looking at how to establish and maintain a Restoration Baseline and the options available for performance tuning database restores. WHO: Jamie Wick is the Systems & Database Engineer for The College of William & Mary and has been working with databases for the past 10+ years. His background includes working for several years as a SQL SysAdmin for the University of Queensland (Australia), a Master's degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University, and assorted Microsoft SQL certifications. He is a volunteer & speaker at regional SQL events (User Groups/SQLSaturdays), helps run the Richmond SQL Server Users Group and SQLSaturday RVA events, and is an avid photographer.

About Jamie:
Jamie Wick is the Systems & Database Engineer for The College of William & Mary and has been working with databases for the past 10+ years. His background includes working for several years as a SQL SysAdmin for the University of Queensland (Australia), a Masters degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University, and assorted Microsoft SQL certifications. He is a volunteer and speaker at regional SQL events (User Groups/SQLSaturdays), helps run the Richmond SQL Server Users Group and SQLSaturday RVA events, and is an avid photographer.

Regular Meeting Details

PASSDC meets the second Thursday of each month at the Motley Fool in Alexandria, Virginia.

Meetings begin at 6:30pm, and typically last around two hours.

Location

The Motley Fool
2000 Duke street
Alexandria, VA
22314

Travel

Metro is your friend; the Motley fool is just a short walk from the King street metro (use the tunnel!).

Note: The building is a secured building and the doors will most likely be locked when you arrive.
We will have someone at the front door to let you in. If you arrive early you will need to wait until 6:30 for us to let you into the building. a phone number you can text for entry between 6:30 pm and 7:30 will be posted on the door.

 

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