Spokane Area SQL Server Users Group

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October 2018 Users Group Meeting

  • In-Person @ 906 W Main Ave. Spokane, Washington, United States (map)
  • 17:30 - 19:30 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

Michael Campbell will present on database corruption. We'll also have updates on our upcoming SQL Saturday (March of 2019).

Featured Presentation:

SQL Server Database Corruption - Removing the Potential for Disaster

Michael Campbell, Owner OverAchiever Productions, LLC

Database corruption is inevitable. Modern storage systems cannot prevent it; meaning that corruption is never a case of IF it will happen, but merely a question of WHEN. Learn about the differences between physical and logical corruption - and see why MOST organizations are not prepared to deal with the disasters (significant down-time and data-loss) that corruption can cause. Join the Spokane Area SQL Server Users Group to: - Learn about exactly what corruption is - how it is caused, the damage it does, and how to protect against corruption even when it can't be prevented. - Review the fatal mistakes and examine common pitfalls that frequently cause DBAs to encounter true disaster (unrecoverable data-loss) and learn how to easily protect against such mistakes in your own environments. - Gain better insight into the tools used to detect, analyze, and recover from corruption - without the specter of data-loss or excessive amounts of down time. - Learn how to gain confidence when responding to corruption and/or ANY disaster SQL Server can throw at you - so that you can sleep at night.

About Michael:
A bit of a wimp when it comes to spiders, Michael K. Campbell is a genius when it comes to technology. In the past, Michael has worked his technical magic as a professional developer, web master, and production DBA for enormous public companies, little peon companies, and a bunch of companies in between. Michael is now the President of OverAchiever Productions, a consultancy dedicated to SQL Server Consulting, mentoring, and quality solutions. He specializes in SQL Server, ASP.NET, and related technologies and is a contributing editor for SQL Server Pro and Dev Pro. He is also an ASPInsider. Michael enjoys learning, problem solving, and teaching. According to many, he also makes the world’s tastiest BBQ ribs and wings.




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