What we’re about
This the new site for the St. Louis SQL Server (STLSSUG) and Business Intelligence (STLBIUG) user groups. The first incarnation of this group began in 2004.
Our Recordings are Posted at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM18n_v3EOP1KBlsCPRalSg/videos
- To establish channels of communication and education for individuals working with the SQL Server Database Management System, Microsoft's Modern Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence tools.
- To conduct conferences, meetings, discussion groups, forums, panels, lectures and other programs which enable the exchange of information.
- To encourage the development of related SQL server and Azure Data Platform products, working methodologies and best practices.
- To promote excellence in information processing through the recognition individuals, who judged by their peers, put forth the highest efforts and succeed in best utilizing these technologies within their enterprises.
Code of Conduct
St. Louis SQL Server (STLSSUG) and Business Intelligence (STLBIUG) Meetup Group supports the diversity of our community. We strive to welcome different perspectives in a community where everyone feels respected and valued, and are committed to inclusion across race, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, ability, geography, religion, identity, and experience. Above all, we ask that all members be kind to one another and conduct themselves respectfully, creating a positive experience for everyone involved.
- Conduct yourself with integrity, respect, honesty, and credibility.
- Approach all events and interactions in accordance with the highest ethical standards of professionalism and personal conduct.
- Embrace the diverse community of professionals and learners, and be inclusive of all audiences in your presentations, demonstrations, conversations, and comments.
Upcoming events (3)See all
- Disaster recovery Panel discussionDaugherty Three City Place, 11th floor, Room: MPR2 , Creve Coeur, MO
Teams Meeting: Link
Bring your questions for a panel discussion on disaster recover.
Items discussed: High Availability options, Backup/Restore considerations and more ...
Dan's been using SQL Server since version 4.21 was introduced on Windows NT and has over 30 years of database administration, development, and architect roles. He answers questions on StackOverflow, StackExchange, and Microsoft Q&A forums, speaks at user group meetings and conferences on database topics, and has received 18 Microsoft Data Platform MVP awards since 2001.
Jonathan Fite is currently a Senior Database Administrator and SQL Developer for a nationwide student transportation company. In his past life he has been a consultant, application developer, IT support, Windows Administrator and baker. He has over 20 years of experience working with computers and specializes in making SQL Server go faster and making computers do as much of his job for him as possible. On the weekend he spends time with his wife and two young children.
Julie is a Senior SQL Server DBA at SSM Healthcare in St. Louis and founder/Co-Chairman of the St. Louis SQL Server User Group (STLSSUG). Julie has worn a variety of hats from Programmer to IT Director during her 40 year (ouch!) career working with relational databases. Julie's hobbies include tinkering with Bonsai trees, playing Viola with the University City Symphony and romping with her dog Sox.
Bill is a long term supporter of the St. Louis SQL Server User Group and has worked in various roles during his extensive IT career.
- Introducing Contained Availability GroupsDaugherty Three City Place, 11th floor, Room: MPR2 , Creve Coeur, MO
Teams Meeting: Link
Abstract: Contained Availability Groups is a new feature introduced in SQL Server 2022 to facilitate managing objects such as logins and SQL Server Agent jobs at the AG level in addition to instance-level, providing consistency among all replicas. This presentation will explore Contained Availability Group architecture and discuss limitations and implementation considerations.