Presenting at SQL Saturday #172 | Oregon

I’ll be co-presenting a couple of sessions at SQL Saturday #172 in Portland, Oregon this weekend (11/3). The lineup for this event looks great, with a lot of speakers who will also be at the PASS Summit the following week.

First up is an SSIS session with SSIS Design Pattern co-author Tim Mitchell (Blog | Twitter).

SSIS Incremental Load Design Patterns

In this session, we will review the common decision points surrounding incrementally loading data, and will demonstrate some of the methods for incremental processing.

At the end of the day I will be co-presenting a hybrid data movement talk with fellow MS employee, Adam Larson.

Efficient On-Premise to Cloud Data Transfer

Thinking about moving some of your operations to Azure? Have multiple remote sites, and want to use the cloud to centralize and share data between them?? Just like hearing talks about data transfer performance?! Have we got the session for you! We’ll cover some common user scenarios, and describe when and how to use the latest Microsoft data transfer technologies, including SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Data Sync (a capability of SQL Database), and more.

Hope to see you there!

 

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