24-27 April 2006
Nice-Acropolis Convention Centre
Now in its sixth successful year in the US, SQL Server Magazine Connections now makes its European debut on the French Riviera. Dive inside SQL Server 2005 with the Microsoft SQL Server Product Team! Build a network of peers to stay in touch with. Unwind and relax with your colleagues in Europe on the French Riviera while obtaining the most relevant technical advice from SQL Server, Visual Studio and Microsoft’s ASP.NET teams and training with Microsoft architects and world-renowned developers and DBAs delivering over 80 in depth, no hype sessions.
Be some of the first people to learn about the new MICROSOFT SQL SERVER ALWAYS ON TECHNOLOGIES
MICROSOFT SQL SERVER ALWAYS ON TECHNOLOGIES support mission critical applications of our customers with the highest level of availability. Because any application downtime can impact business, resulting in lost revenue, customer dissatisfaction, and damage to the credibility of a business, many database applications, especially enterprise-wide business applications, require minimum system downtime. System downtime can be caused by a variety of issues such as human error, natural disasters, hardware and software failures, and application upgrades. SQL SERVER ALWAYS ON TECHNOLOGIES provide our customers with a full range of options for helping them to achieve and maintain appropriate levels of application availability. Today, SQL SERVER ALWAYS ON TECHNOLOGIES include database mirroring, failover clustering, database snapshots, snapshot isolation, peer-to-peer replication, log shipping, and online operations. Used separately or in combination, these features minimize downtime and help keep critical enterprise systems accessible
MATT NUNN MICROSOFT
Matt Nunn is the Sr. Technical Product Manager with
the SQL Server team. He joined the Microsoft SQL
Server team to focus on reconnecting with developers.
Prior to that, Matt spent 13 years working as a
database developer, consultant, and systems architect both in the UK
and the US, including a stint working with the Microsoft Office team
creating developer samples for Office XP. He has written for many of
the major publications and regularly gives presentations at the major
conferences. You can reach Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org or
check out his blog at sqljunkies.com/weblog/mattnunn.
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SQL Server Magazine Connections begins 24 April 2006. Register today!