Please join us this week for an evening of networking and a "ask me anything" style panel with 3 SQL Server experts! Joe, John, and Lonny will be on hand to discuss any questions you have regarding the SQL Server platform!
Lightning talk topics include a "black box" perfmon flight recorder, live query statistics, and operational DBA responsibilities!
5:30 - 5:45 - Food & Networking
5:45 - 6:15 - General Q&A session & Announcements
6:15 - 7:15 - AMA Panel
7:15 - 7:45 - Wrap-up
Joe Obbish, Business Intelligence Developer
Joe Obbish has nearly a decade of experience with SQL Server and other database platforms. He works as a query tuning, columnstore, and scalability expert within Epic, a large EHR and analytics vendor in Madison, WI. In less than two years he became one of the top contributors for SQL Server on the DBA StackExchange community. Joe blogs about advanced columnstore and query tuning topics on his blog, http://www.orderbyselectnull.com. In his spare time, Joe enjoys baking and sharing these treats with his coworkers.
John Eisbrener, Owner/Principal Consultant DB Atlas
John is a DBA (Default Blame Assignee) with over a decade of experience breaking and subsequently fixing, database solutions. He maintains separate swear jars for Oracle, Postgres, and Greenplum, but keeps the largest container reserved for SQL Server. When not accumulating loose change for his children's college funds, John can be found trying to help others with their database solutions as the Principal Consultant for DB Atlas, speaking at various SQL Saturdays throughout the Midwest, or helping out with his local PASS chapter meetings in Madison, WI.
AMA with John Eisbrener, Joe Obbish, and Lonny Niederstadt
Lonny Niederstadt, Systems Engineer Epic
For 18 years, Lonny has worked with EMR databases for Epic. His current work includes SQL Server performance and scalability investigations, and developing best practices. Lonny lives in Fitchburg, Wisconsin with his wife and two daughters. In his spare time, Lonny enjoys long walks in the woods, and considers himself extremely lucky every time he finds his way home again.
If you are unable to attend in person, we have you covered! This meeting will be broadcasted live. You may access the stream by using this link below. The main presentation will start around 6:15PM.