Speaking at SQL Saturday #898 Gothenburg

Speaking at SQL Saturday #898 Gothenburg

In a week time from now, I will be landing in Gothenburg, Sweden. SQLSaturday #898 will take place over there and I gonna speaking as large as life.
I’m doubly happy because I will be there for the first time – either the city and the country.
Big thanks to Mikael Wedham who gave me that opportunity!

I gonna speak about Azure SQL DW during the session titled:

Move part of your body to Azure SQL Data Warehouse

If you never touched Data Warehouse in Azure it’s worth to understand MPP (Massively parallel processing) and see why a migration might resolve some issues and when is not a really good case. I explain the differences between traditional, on-premise Data Warehouse and the one in Azure. Obviously, as always, the live-demo is a must-have.
Please come and see me presenting this topic if you’re interested in.

 

Agenda

As always, SQL Saturday events are free, so feel welcomed.
The event in Gothenburg has 18 sessions in 3 parallel tracks, classified on the following categories:

  • Application & Database Development
  • BI Platform Architecture, Development & Administration
  • Cloud Application Development & Deployment
  • Enterprise Database Administration & Deployment

Click here if you wanna check full agenda of Saturday.

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