SQL Relay 2012 – Edinburgh

SQL Relay 2012

The guys over at the UK SQL Server User Group have asked us to post details about SQL Relay 2012 which will be kicking off in Edinburgh on the 21st of May before heading south throughout the week and ending in London.

SQL Relay is a full day of SQL Server 2012 content delivered to you in Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and finally London from 21st May to 30th May.

Content will include something for everyone, the morning session will be an overview, the afternoon and evening are deep dive sessions given by Microsoft consultants and MVPs. Attend in the AM, PM, Evening or any combination of the three!

The morning session taken by Morris Novello, SQL Server Product Manager and Andrew Fryer, Technical Evangelist, Development and Platform Group; the session commences with Morris discussing technical challenges facing IT and dev organisations and also provide an overview on SQL Server 2012, Andrew will then dip into the new features within SQL Server 2012. We also have Intel joining us in London giving hints and tips for scaling SQL Server.

The afternoon sessions are led by SQL Server MVP’s, Jamie Thompson, on SSIS, Tony Rogerson on Always On High Availability and Chris Testa O’Neill on High Availability BI solutions.

The evening will be User Group Style Meeting will Satya Shyam K Jayanty on SQL Server 2012 backward compatibility and a presentation by Microsoft Premier Field Engineer Rob Carrol.

Come and join us, even if you aren’t looking at SQL Server 2012 it’s a great opportunity to network with other SQL Server professionals and keep abreast at where the product is heading.

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