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Upcoming Local NJ Events! Presenting Martin Schoombee and Allan Hirt

Just a quick word on some local events coming your way in the New Jersey area! 

TOMORROW - The NJSQL user group presents Martin Schoombee.  No, this is not a biblical meeting about Moses, but Martin brings us The 10 Commandments of ETL.  There were originally 15, but the transaction logged wasn't backed up ;-P

NEW LOCATION & REMINDER: July 16th 2013 NJSQL Meeting: The 10 Commandments of ETL by Martin Schoombee, BI Architect Insight at New Horizons (Parsippany)


Event Time : Tue, July 16th, 2013 6:00pm - 8:30 (GMT-05:00) Eastern 
1639 Route 10 East 
Parsippany, NJ 07054 

Featured Presentation 

The 10 Commandments of ETL 
Speaker: Martin Schoombee, BI Architect Insight 

Summary: ETL (Extract, Transform & Load) processes are fundamentally important in any data warehouse environment, and there are many different ways in which to develop the components. In this session I will share the 10 basic principles I follow when developing ETL processes, and also show how the different choices can affect performance. Following these simple guidelines have resulted in many successful projects and happy customers. I'm sure it will work for you too!! 

About Martin: Martin is a BI Architect at Insight, and has been specializing in Microsoft BI solutons for more than 9 years.


Coming July 22, 2013 in the Southern part of New Jersey, is MVP HA/DR exper, Allan Hirt.  Actually hosted by the Philadelphia SQL Server User Group PSSUG

The next meeting of the SJ Division of PSSUG will be on Monday Jul 22rd 5:30PM – 8:30 PM

Haddon Hts Library, 608 Station Ave,  Haddon Hts, NJ 08035


Registration link is http://www.eventbrite.com/event/7392781007


PRESENTATION:  So Many High Availability Options, So Little Time

Are you confused by the various SQL Server high availability technologies? Do you understand what each one does and where each one may or may not benefit you? Do you know the basics of what you need to implement highly available SQL Server instances and databases? If these burning questions speak to you, so will this session. Whether you are an accidental DBA, new to SQL Server, or looking to brush up your skills, this session will cover the different methods of making SQL Server available, compare and contrast them, provide some tips and tricks as well as and cover the top things both SQL Server and non-SQL Server you need to do to ensure uptime for databases and instances.



Cluster MVP Allan Hirt and SQLHA co-founder is a consultant, published author, speaker, and trainer who has been using Microsoft SQL Server in various guises since 1992. Although he grew up in South Jersey, he now lives in the Boston, MA, area and travels all over the world to work with and train clients. His most recent book is "Pro SQL Server 2008 Failover Clustering" (Apress) and is currently working on its sequel, Mission Critical SQL Server, due in 2013. He can be found on twitter at @SQLHA and you can read his blog at http://www.sqlha.com.

Hope if you live, work or play around these areas, that you will catch one of these super user group presentations, with excellent speakers!  Enjoy!

However, if you can't make either of these events, and might miss Martin or Allan, you'll get another chance on August 17, 2013 at our summer spectacular SQLSaturday#235 in NYC, where they, among so many other great speakers will be appearing!  REGISTER TODAY!!  For the latest event updates, follow us on twitter with hashtag #SQLSat235, and follow this blog space.  We're about to post our speaker schedule, so stay tight!  Thanks!!

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