Welcome to the Ohio North SQL Server Users Group

Our group meets at the Microsoft Office in Independence on the first Tuesday of every month.

To maximize the SQL Server content, we run a video from a previous PASS conference presentation starting at 5pm.  Unless noted in the meeting notes the schedule for each meeting will be:

5:00 pm : PASS Presentation Video
6:00 pm :  Introduction, PASS update and Event Update
6:15 pm  :  Feature Presentation
7:30 pm : Social Gathering – Location TBA

Microsoft Corporation
6050 Oak Tree Blvd.
Suite 300
Independence, OH 44131

August Meeting 8/5

Pre-Session Begins at 5:00PM – Introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Pre-Session Speaker: Adam Belebczuk

Pre-Session Abstract: One of the most talked about new features in Microsoft SQL Server is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. In this session, we’ll cover the pros and cons of using Availability Groups as well as the basics of how to set them up and take advantage of readable secondary replicas. If you want to improve the availability and performance of your applications and databases, are currently using Database Mirroring, or if you’re just curious about Availability Groups, then you won’t want to miss this session.

Topic: I’m a SQL Server Veteran, Why Should I Care About Hadoop?

Description: Many of us have had a long career as SQL Server database professionals and have watched the product mature and evolve over several release cycles from the mid-1990’s until now. In the late 2000’s an open source software product called Hadoop, used for processing extremely large data sets using clusters of compute servers, entered the game. Several years later Hadoop is still in a huge hype-cycle, but many organizations and businesses are just now beginning to understand what it is and how they can make use of it. Understanding often starts by asking the SQL developer or DBA, “Do we need Hadoop?” As a developer or DBA, you need to start by understanding what Hadoop is and how it adds value to a solution. In this session, we will discuss the overall Hadoop architecture and ecosystem, demo SQL-like functionality in a Hadoop product called Hive, demo a SQL Server and Hadoop integration, and discuss ways that businesses are using both platforms as part of a combined data solution.

Speaker: Rich Johnson

Bio: Rich Johnson has a career of over 25 years designing and building database, data warehouse and business intelligence solutions for a variety of customers across a range of vertical industries. He is currently a principal consultant in the Microsoft Big Data CoE. His primary work effort in his current role is helping customer’s implement SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse (a workload on the Analytics Platform System) solutions and Hadoop big data solutions on Microsoft’s HDInsight distribution both on premise and as part of the Azure cloud offerings from Microsoft. He is a 16 year veteran of Microsoft and has worked in various roles including development manager, consulting manager and architect.

Sponsor:

Social Gathering: Mavis Winkles – 5005 Rockside Rd., Independence, OH 44131

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Pre-Session Begins at 5:00PM – Introduction to AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Pre-Session Speaker: Adam Belebczuk

Pre-Session Abstract: One of the most talked about new features in Microsoft SQL Server is AlwaysOn Availability Groups. In this session, we’ll cover the pros and cons of using Availability Groups as well as the basics of how to set them up and take advantage of readable secondary replicas. If you want to improve the availability and performance of your applications and databases, are currently using Database Mirroring, or if you’re just curious about Availability Groups, then you won’t want to miss this session.

Topic: I’m a SQL Server Veteran, Why Should I Care About Hadoop?

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Description: Many of us have had a long career as SQL Server database professionals and have watched the product mature and evolve over several release cycles from the mid-1990’s until now. In the late 2000’s an open source software product called Hadoop, used for processing extremely large data sets using clusters of compute servers, entered the game. Several years later Hadoop is still in a huge hype-cycle, but many organizations and businesses are just now beginning to understand what it is and how they can make use of it. Understanding often starts by asking the SQL developer or DBA, “Do we need Hadoop?” As a developer or DBA, you need to start by understanding what Hadoop is and how it adds value to a solution. In this session, we will discuss the overall Hadoop architecture and ecosystem, demo SQL-like functionality in a Hadoop product called Hive, demo a SQL Server and Hadoop integration, and discuss ways that businesses are using both platforms as part of a combined data solution.

Speaker: Rich Johnson

Bio: Rich Johnson has a career of over 25 years designing and building database, data warehouse and business intelligence solutions for a variety of customers across a range of vertical industries. He is currently a principal consultant in the Microsoft Big Data CoE. His primary work effort in his current role is helping customer’s implement SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse (a workload on the Analytics Platform System) solutions and Hadoop big data solutions on Microsoft’s HDInsight distribution both on premise and as part of the Azure cloud offerings from Microsoft. He is a 16 year veteran of Microsoft and has worked in various roles including development manager, consulting manager and architect.

Sponsor:

Social Gathering: Mavis Winkles – 5005 Rockside Rd., Independence, OH 44131

Event Registration for August Meeting -

August Meeting - FREE EVENT

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