The next meeting of the Central NJ SQL Server Users Group will be on Wednesday Jan. 21, 2015.
The speaker is Jimmy Wong, Microsoft Program Manager-SSIS
Topic: What is new in SSIS
Sponsor is VersaShore.
The next Central NJ - SQL Server Users Group meeting will be on Wednesday, November 12th.
The topic will be an open discussion with all in attendance with topics around Big Data, Business Intelligence, Current Trends, Performance Tuning and Careers. Feel free to bring your own topics and ideas. We are trying something new this month.
Robert Half International will be sponsoring.
The next Central NJ - SQL Server Users Group meeting will be on Wednesday, October 8th.
The speaker is Sharon Bjeletich. Sharon is the Principal Architect for Scalability Experts, a leading data consultancy company. She has been working with SQL Server since 4.2 and has worked at The World Health Organization, Corbis, and the SQL Server Product group at Microsoft.
The topic is “SQL Server 2014 New Cardinality Estimator”
Abstract: SQL Server 2014 has added a new and enhanced cardinality estimator for the query processor engine. In this session we will go over how to use the new feature, the differences from the older estimator, and some troubleshooting tips.
Scalability Experts is the Sponsor.
The next meeting will be on September 10th 2014
The speaker is Jean Joseph. Jean has 5 years’ experience working as a SQL Server DBA and 4 years working as a developer and gained so much experience in performance turning, database and index design, manage storage, fixing production issues, creating complex SSIS packages, disaster recovery, and scripting. He is a member of our user group. We are very happy to see he starts presenting.
The topic is "HOW TO IDENTIFY DATABASE PERFORMANCE ISSUES"
In this session, He will be talking about performance turning, index design, statistics, query optimizer, parameter sniffing, data types, analyzing and understanding execution plans, wait stats, activity monitor, DMV(s). After this session you should be able to quickly identify the top performance issues of your databases.
CommVault is the Sponsor.