Presenting at SQLSaturday #49 in Orlando, FL on October 16, 2010

I have a very busy schedule in October. As already mentioned, I’m presenting at SQLSaturday #48 in Columbia earlier in the month. I also have the privilege of presenting at the Orlando, FL SQLSaturday #49 on October 16th, 2010. Thanks to Andy Warren for squeezing me into a slot that opened up in the schedule.

I’ll be presenting a newly revised presentation on SQL Azure – Moving Data with SQL Azure and SSIS. The abstract is:

SQL Azure allows you to host your data in SQL Server in the cloud. That provides some big benefits in scalability and management. However, it leaves open the question, “How do you get your data into / out of the cloud?” At some point, you are going to need to move data to or from an on-premise store to SQL Azure. In this session, we’ll discuss the available options for this, including SSIS, the Sync Framework, and BCP. We’ll cover the pros and cons for each. We’ll drill into one of the options, SSIS, in detail, and review performance options and potential issues that you may encounter when doing this.

I’ve presented on SQL Azure in the past, focusing on how it could be leveraged for BI purposes. In this session, we’ll focus in on moving data in and out of SQL Azure, as that’s an area that’s changing pretty rapidly right now.

If you read the blog, please introduce yourself. I’ll be around all day, and I’m always happy to chat.

2 Comments

  1. Eric Wisdahl says:

    I refuse to introduce myself. Instead I will heckle and throw fruit. (As long as our sessions don’t overlap, which they probably will…)

    Hope to see you there John.

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