MMS 2019–Planned Sessions

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Are coming to one of the premier System Center Configuration Manager events, MMS 2019 (Midwest Management Summit)?

If so, consider coming to see Benjamin Reynolds and myself for one or all of the following sessions. Stop by and say hello.

AMA – Ask Me Anything

Note: we first ran one of these sessions at the MMS Desert Edition and it was very well received. Bring your questions!

Description:
Have a question about SQL, T-SQL, Reporting, or SQL/Site Server HA? Now’s your chance to ask Steve and Benjamin anything you want!
What you will learn:

  • SQL (basic or advanced)
  • SSRS
  • Power BI
  • SQL Server HA (Availability Groups)

SQL Performance turning techniques for ConfigMgr and more!

Note: we’ll likely cover suggested server and SQL Server configuration as well.

Description:
Have you ever had SQL queries that ran slow, and weren’t sure what to do? Learn techniques, tips and tricks on how to enhance your SQL Server query performance. How to troubleshoot, available tools, extended events, execution plans and more!
What you will learn:

  • Troubleshooting techniques
  • What makes a bad vs. good query?
  • Indexes – how to identify and how to use?
  • Extended events

HA for ConfigMgr/SQL Server Update

Description:
Have you wondered about SQL Always On Availability Groups? What is it? How does SQL Server High Availability benefit your environment? What considerations are involved in the design? How do you install it? Learn how can you use this to extend ConfigMgr high availability capabilities. Tips and tricks. Come learn the latest update to this technology from two industry experts.
What you will learn:

  • SQL High Availability Options – FCI vs Always On Availability Groups
  • Efficiently moving the ConfigMgr DB to an Availability Group
  • ConfigMgr HA
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