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NJ SQL UG presents Hilary Cotter - Next Tues. 9/17

 Next Meeting: Tue, Sep 17 2013

Take note, the New Jersey SQL Server User Group, led by John Dempsey, will be hosting its next meeting on Tuesday, September 17, 2013.  If you are a local or in town, be sure to register and attend!  If you are a SQL Server professional and feeling stressed, then this is the event for you!

SQL MVP, author, speaker and replication guru, (and Jersey boy ;-) Hilary Cotter, will be presenting about stress testing your application.  Read on for details:

Featured Presentation

Stress testing SQL Server

Speaker: Hilary Cotter

Summary: How high can we go? Frequently in your career as a DBA you will be asked how much load can your SQL Server support. In this session, SQL Server MVP Hilary Cotter, shows you how to Microsoft tools to stress test your application and determine what your bottlenecks are and how high you can ramp up your workload.

September 17th NJSQL Meeting

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None

NJSQL September Meeting hosted by their new venue New Horizons 


 6pm - 8:30pm


UTC : Tue, Sep 17 2013 22:00 - 00:30
Event Time : Tue, Sep 17 2013 18:00 - 20:30 (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Your Local Time: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 18:00 - 20:30


Route 10 East
Parsippany, New Jersey

Direction: In the Delta Dental Building East Side of Building on First Floor, 1st Office on Left

About Hilary: SQL Server MVP Hilary Cotter is a 20 year IT veteran who has answered over 20,000 questions on the forums. Some of them correctly. He has worked on some of the largest and challenging SQL Server topologies in the world. He has been a SQL Server MVP for 12 years now.

Please follow me on Twitter @Pearlknows, and check out our web-site for all our available services at http://www.pearlknows.com.

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