SQL Server Upgrade Preconference at PASS Summit 2014

pturley, 2014-10-21

Please join my associates and I for an all-day SQL Server Upgrade workshop on November 3rd

If you are planning an upgrade to a newer version of SQL Server, you won’t want to miss this all-day, preconference workshop.

Join John Martin, Sr. Technology Evangelist from Microsoft, will spend the morning discussing migration planning from SQL Server 2005.

In the afternoon, SolidQ mentors Ron Talmage, Richard Waymire, Jim Miller and Paul Turley will talk about and demonstrate upgrading specific workloads (projects and features) from older product versions to newer product versions. We will introduce the comprehensive SQL Server 2014 Upgrade Whitepaper that we recently wrote for publication by Microsoft. Continue reading

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