Wisconsin SQL Server User Group

Welcome to the Wisconsin SQL Server Users Group

Next Meeting

Tuesday,

February

11

WISSUG February 2020 meeting

  • In-Person @ 833 E Michigan St Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States (map)
  • 11:30 - 13:00 (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

WISSUG - Feb 2020 Meeting

Date:   11 Feb 2020   (Second Tuesday of the month)

Time: 11:30 AM  (Central Time)

Location: Microsoft office (833 E Michigan St, Milwaukee, WI  53202)  8th floor.

Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) details are available here.

 

IMPORTANT!

The Microsoft office building now requires that *everyone* be on a visitor list in order to be admitted to the office.  You must register (see below) for the meeting no later than noon of the Monday before the meeting date.  Thus, for this month’s meeting, please register by noon on Monday, February 10th.   You do *not* need to print the Eventbrite ticket.

 

Are you attending in-person?   Register to attend WISSUG meeting in-person

 

Upcoming events:

 

SQL Saturday Chicago (in Lisle, IL): Saturday, March 21st, 2020

(Session list / schedule TBA)

 

SQL Saturday Madison: Saturday, April 4th, 2020

(Session list / schedule TBA)

 

SQL PASS Summit 2020:  Nov 10th – 13th, 2020 (Houston, TX)

 

 

Feb 2020 WISSUG meeting

Introduction to Azure Managed instances    Presented by Tim Radney  (SQLSkills.com)

Have you been hearing about Azure Managed Instances and want to know what all the fuss is about?

Come see how Managed Instances is changing how we think about cloud databases.

Managed Instances can be considered a hybrid of Azure SQL Database and on-premises SQL Server

with all the awesome benefits of Platform as a Service.

 

You’ll get to see first-hand how easy it is to migrate databases from on-premises to a Managed Instance.

We’ll explore the differences between Azure SQL Database, Managed Instances, and SQL Server on an

Azure VM to help you determine what is the best fit for your organization.  If you’ve been considering

Azure for your organization, this session is for you!

 

Tim Radney  (SQLSkills.com)    

Tim is a SQL Server MVP. He has presented at PASS, SQLintersection, SQL Saturdays, user groups and numerous webinars.  In addition, Tim runs the Columbus GA SQL Users Group, is a PASS Regional Mentor and was named a PASS Outstanding Volunteer in 2012. He’s married with three children and has a passion for electronics. He also farms chickens (for eggs), dwarf Nigerian goats, and tilapias in his spare time.

 

Join the meeting online.  Effective Feb 2020, we are using Zoom for our meetings.

Join the meeting here:  https://zoom.us/j/168545900

 

SQL Server Learning Resources

 

PASS Virtual Groups: Over two dozen (free) virtual groups, focusing on different areas of SQL Server, PowerShell, PowerBI and more.  Go to http://www.pass.org/ and click on the Community tab where you’ll find the Virtual Groups link.  Here are just some of the PASS Virtual Groups:

 

PASS Virtual Group

Link to Group

Application Development

https://appdev.pass.org/

Business Analytics

https://ba.pass.org/

Business Intelligence 

https://bi.pass.org/

Cloud

https://cloud.pass.org/

Data Architecture

https://dataarch.pass.org/default.aspx

Data Science

https://datascience.pass.org/

Database Administration

https://dba.pass.org/

DBA Fundamentals

https://fundamentals.pass.org/

DevOps

https://devops.pass.org/

High Availability and Disaster Recovery

https://hadrvc.pass.org/

Performance

https://performance.pass.org/

PowerShell

https://powershell.pass.org/

Professional Development

https://profdev.pass.org/

Virtualization

https://virtualization.pass.org/

Women in Technology

https://wit.pass.org/

 

                                   

Check out the GroupBy site.

This is a free community-based training site organized by Brent Ozar. The SQL Server community (you) determines the content – thanks, Brent!  Submit, review, rate, vote for an abstract at the GroupBy site.

 

 

Upcoming WISSUG Meetings and events

10 Mar 2020 – SSRS – Ashley Day

14 Apr 2020  Replacing Profiler with Extended Events – Erin Stellato (SQLSkills.com)

12 May 2020 - TBD

 

We need presenters!  Thinking about being a presenter?   Check out Kendra Little’s post on speaking.

Here’s a video of Kendra with her Top 5 Tips For Your First Presentation video.

 

 

 

WISSUG Group – Stay Informed

If you would like to continue to receive information about upcoming meetings and events for both WISSUG & PASS, please make sure you are registered with an account on SQLPASS.  All communications about WISSUG will be sent via a mailing list to users registered as WISSUG members with sqlpass.org.

 

Keep up to date:

 

1. Go to www.pass.org

2. If you've never registered with this site before, use the Sign Up For Free link in the upper right-hand corner to create your account.

3. If you already receive messages from PASS, login with your account information.

4. Once you're logged in, click the Community tab and choose Local Groups.  Enter Wisconsin in the Filter by Keyword box and click the Search button. Be sure to join WISSUG as a Local Group.

5. Make sure the Subscribe to Email Newsletter checkbox is checked.

 

Featured Presentation:

Introduction to Azure Managed instances

Tim Radney, Principal Consultant SQLskills

Have you been hearing about Azure Managed Instances and want to know what all the fuss is about? Come see how Managed Instances is changing how we think about cloud databases. Managed Instances can be considered a hybrid of Azure SQL Database and on-premises SQL Server with all the awesome benefits of Platform as a Service. You’ll get to see first-hand how easy it is to migrate databases from on-premises to a Managed Instance. We’ll explore the differences between Azure SQL Database, Managed Instances, and SQL Server on an Azure VM to help you determine what is the best fit for your organization. If you’ve been considering Azure for your organization, this session is for you!

About Tim:
Tim is a Data Platform MVP and has a whole collection of Microsoft and other industry certifications. His experience includes HA/DR, virtualization, SSIS, SSRS, and performance tuning, among everything else SQL Server-related. Tim is very active and passionate in the SQL Community. He runs the Columbus GA SQL Users Group, has been a PASS Regional Mentor for a number of years, was named a PASS Outstanding Volunteer in 2012, and is a frequent speaker at user groups, SQL Saturdays and PASS Summits. Tim is one of the top ranked in karma on ask.sqlservercentral.com, answers questions as @tradney on Twitter, and blogs at http://timradney.com and SQLskills blog at http://www.SQLskills.com/blogs/tim.

 

 

 

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