SQL Server 2008 webcasteja

General Webcasts

  • Business Solutions with SQL Server 2008
    Learn more about how Microsoft SQL Server 2008 provides customers with a trusted, productive, and intelligent platform for business applications. See how SQL Server 2008 can be used to provide a reliable platform with lower cost for key business scenarios like business intelligence, data warehousing, mission-critical applications, and server consolidation.
    Audience: High-level
  • Discover the Benefits of Upgrading to SQL Server 2005 Now
    There are four IT-driven triggers that are driving customers to upgrade their SQL Server infrastructure to the latest version: 1) Consolidation, 2) Database Standardization, 3) Application Upgrades, and 4) Business Intelligence Standardization. This session informs you about the key benefits that SQL Server 2005 provides over earlier versions in these four scenarios. It also covers the Ongoing Operational Improvements you stand to gain by upgrading to SQL Server 2005 now. In addition, you will get an expert’s view on how to plan for your SQL Server 2005 upgrades and find out about the things you should pay special attention to. You will also find out how upgrading now can prepare you better for future upgrades to SQL Server 2008. Finally, this session will walk you through all the resources that are available to assist you with the upgrade process.
    Audience: High-level
  • The Next Release of Microsoft SQL Server: Overview
    This session provides an overview of the next release of Microsoft SQL Server that is currently under development. We cover the core value proposition, major themes and scenarios, and some specific improvements. We also discuss the new development processes Microsoft is using to build this release, the release timeline, and the disclosure calendar.
    Audience: High-level
  • What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 – MS Learning Clinic
    In this clinic, you will learn about the new and enhanced features included in SQL Server 2008. You will explore the new data types and the data management features. Additionally, you will learn about the enhanced Integration Services, Analysis Services, and Reporting Services included in SQL Server 2008. This online clinic is composed of a rich multimedia experience.
    Audience: Mid-level

Business Intelligence Webcast

  • Series: (1 of 3) High-Performance Data Warehousing with SQL Server 2008
    Attend this session to learn more about how to incorporate the new features in SQL Server 2008 to provide a high-performance DW that can scale to a larger number of users and growing volumes of data. In this session, we will cover new technologies like Partitioned Table Parallelism, Star Join Query Enhancements, and Grouping Sets.
    Audience: Technical
  • Series: (2 of 3) Manage Large-Scale Data Warehousing with SQL Server 2008
    Attend this session to learn more about how to incorporate the new features in SQL Server 2008 to manage large-scale DW that can scale to a larger number of users and growing volumes of data. In this session, we will cover new technologies like Resource Governor, Data Compression, and Enhanced Indexed Views.
    Audience: Technical
  • Series: (3 of 3) Integrate Growing Data Volumes with SQL Server 2008
    Attend this session to learn how to integrate growing volumes of data with the new enhancements in SQL Server 2008. We will cover new technologies like Change Data Capture, MERGE SQL statement, and scalability improvements in SQL Server Integration Services like Lookup Enhancements and Data Profiling.
    Audience: Technical
  • Mastering Time Series Prediction with SQL Server 2008 Data Mining
    Time series data is one of the most useful sources for data mining. Whether estimating future gasoline prices, or understanding the relationship between the weather and sales, there is a role for time series analysis. In the new release of SQL Server 2008 Data Mining, Microsoft has introduced some important enhancements to our support in this area, making powerful analysis both more effective and easier to use. This webcast not only introduces these new features, but also covers in useful data many of the business scenarios for which time series prediction is invaluable.
    Audience: Mid-level
  • Building and validating advanced mining models with SQL Server 2008 Data Mining
    SQL Server 2008 includes several important enhancements for Data Mining. One area will be of particular interest to users who have progressed beyond simple models: There are new features for building many and varied models over common mining structures, and also for validating the accuracy of these models. In this webcast you will learn how to use these new techniques not only through the user interface, but also programmatically from within your own applications.
    Audience: Technical
  • Rich Report Design with SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services
    Join this webcast to learn more about the report authoring capabilities that is to be delivered with SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services. We will provide a deep dive on designing reports with Reporting Services 2008. You will learn about all of the new features and usability enhancements in report design. Have you heard about Tablix? Come find out exactly what it is and how it will make report authoring much easier and more powerful.
    Audience: Mid-level
  • The Value of Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2008
    As the platform for the end-to-end Microsoft Business Intelligence offering, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 builds on the strong momentum in the business intelligence (BI) market. Attend this session to gain insight into the new key features available in the next release of SQL Server and realize how the scalable BI infrastructure SQL Server 2008 will help enable information technology to drive business intelligence throughout your organization and deliver intelligence where users want it.
    Audience: High-level
  • Advanced Manageability for Analysis Services 2008
    The next release of Analysis Services, with SQL Server 2008, includes advanced features for manageability including Dynamic Management Views.” These views enable the administrator to query for information regarding connections, sessions, and server performance. In this webcast, we will introduce these views, and will drill into many examples of their usage. You’ll learn not only what views are available, but also how to build effective queries, reports and even cubes which can be used to understand and monitor the behavior of you Analysis Services servers.
    Audience: Mid-level

Data Warehousing Webcast

  • The Next Release of Microsoft SQL Server: Data Warehousing Enhancements
    Learn about the enhancements in the next version SQL Server for Data Warehousing. The next version of SQL Server provides a comprehensive, scalable Data Warehouse platform that enables organizations to build your DW faster with data integration platform, manage your growing data volumes with an enterprise ready relational database and deliver actionable insights with the integration with the Microsoft BI platform.
    Audience: Technical

Application Development Webcasts

  • Building Spatial Applications with SQL Server 2008
    SQL Server 2008 delivers new Spatial data types that enable you to consume, use, and extend location-based data through spatial-enabled applications. Attend this webcast to learn how to use spatial functionality in next version of SQL Server to build and optimize Spatial queries.
    Audience: Mid-Level
    Focus: Spatial Data
  • Entity Framework for Database Administrators
    The Entity Framework is a new data technology from Microsoft that may particularly interest database administrators (DBAs). Watch this webcast to see how this technology can radically change the development of applications from a DBA perspective, and also change access patterns on servers.
  • XML Tools in Visual Studio 2008
    Did you know that the Microsoft Visual Studio development system has great tools to help developers work with XML? Join the XML tools team in this session to learn about the XML tools available today in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and the many changes that we are making for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, in addition to some of our longer term projects.
  • New T-SQL Programmability Features in SQL Server 2008
    View this webcast on new T-SQL programmability features in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, an extension from last year’s presentation on top Microsoft SQL Server 2005 T-SQL features. We cover exciting new features such as: New data types (i.e. date/time, filestream, HierarchyID, large UDT, sparse columns), dependency management for database objects, and much more.
  • Programming SQL Server 2008
    Microsoft SQL Server 2008, code name ”Katmai,” introduces a significant amount of new or improved functionality, including new data types, in addition to performance and security enhancements. In this webcast, we discuss how you can easily take advantage of the new functionality available in SQL Server 2008 within your application development.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008: Beyond Relational
    As the data your applications work with changes from “words and numbers” to “sights and sounds”, we are evolving our data platform to go beyond relational data, beyond OLAP, to truly support all of the digital data types of the future. We will strive to deliver the best platform for integrated storage, and advanced applications such as spatial data, while also making it dramatically easier for you to build data-driven applications, without needing to invest significant resources in bridging the gap between data and programming language data structures. Come learn about the new enhancements in SQL Server 2008 that will help you manage all types of data.
    Audience: Mid-level
  • Data Programmability and SQL Server 2008
    A comprehensive data programmability platform enables developers to build data-centric solutions that target desktops, mobile devices, online Web servers, and enterprise servers using a variety of products, programming frameworks, Web services, and data connectivity technologies that work together to access and manage data. Join this webcast as we discuss the new data programmability features that are supported by Microsoft SQL Server 2008.
    Audience: Technical

Enterprise Data Management/OLTP Webcasts

  • Security Enhancements in SQL Server 2008
    SQL Server 2005 introduced many security enhancements from data encryption to advanced context impersonation. SQL Server 2008 will further help administrators protect their database with the introduction of new features such as Transparent Database Encryption, Extensible Key Management, and Auditing. This talk will describe the new security enhancements in SQL Server 2008 and discuss how best to leverage them.
    Audience: Mid-level
  • Overview of SQL Server Availability Features and Upcoming Improvements
    SQL Server Always On Technologies support mission critical applications with the highest level of availability–because any application downtime can impact your business, resulting in loss of revenue, decreased customer satisfaction, and damage to your company’s credibility. Learn of the high-availability capabilities in SQL Server 2005 and get a peek into the enhancements in the SQL Server 2008 product. These capabilities will help address the varying availability needs and SLAs in your organization. This talk will provide an overview of Clustering, Mirroring, Log Shipping, and Replication.
  • SQL Server 2008 Advanced Troubleshooting with Extended Events
    Diagnosing production issues affecting Microsoft SQL Server can be difficult and time consuming. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 introduces Extended Events, which provide deep visibility into the inner workings of SQL Server and give the power to diagnose what were once impossible problems while having minimal impact on a running system. In this webcast, we introduce the SQL Server Extended Events features, describe the architecture of Extended Events, and explain how you can use Extended Events to diagnose real issues.
  • SQL Server 2008 Performance and Scalability Technologies
    Microsoft SQL Server 2008 supports very large databases, enterprise scale reporting systems, and data warehouses. It provides growing database systems with tools and features to optimize performance, scale-up individual servers and scale-out very large databases. SQL Server 2008 is designed to take advantage of the latest hardware technologies to support server consolidation. Throughout this presentation, we will look into SQL Server 2008 performance and scalability technologies and show you how to can leverage these technologies to provide optimal performance and responsiveness for your large data solutions.
    Audience: Technical
  • SQL Server 2008 Data Management Overview
    Attend this session to gain an overview of Microsoft SQL Server code name ”Katmai,” the next generation of SQL Server. SQL Server ”Katmai” provides an enterprise data platform for your mission-critical applications, while providing a dynamic development environment and comprehensive business intelligence (BI) platform. Join us as we discuss the key features available in the next version of SQL Server.
    Audience: High-level
  • The Next Release of Microsoft SQL Server: Manageability Overview
    The next release of SQL Server will contain exciting new manageability features targeted at reducing total cost of ownership. Come learn more about what’s in store in areas like policy-driven administration and performance data collection and analysis. The session focuses on the database engine.
    Audience: High-level
  • SQL Server 2008: New Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting Using Management Studio
    The release of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 offers a new framework that ties together the collection, analysis, troubleshooting, reporting, and persistence of SQL Server diagnostics information in the central warehouse. Join this webcast as we describe the feature set for the SQL Server 2008 release and discuss how the performance collection architecture fits within Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.
    Audience: Technical

Server Consolidation Webcast

  • Server Consolidation with SQL Server
    SQL Server supports multiple options for server consolidation, which provides organizations with the flexibility to choose the consolidation approach that best meets your requirements in order to centralize data services management and reduce hardware and maintenance costs. By providing centralized management, auditing, and monitoring capabilities, SQL Server makes it easy to manage multiple databases and data services, significantly reducing administrative overheads in large enterprises. SQL Server provides you with the reassurance of industry-leading performance and scalability, and unprecedented control over server resource utilization to maximize the performance of your consolidated data services. Find out more about the various options for server consolidation with SQL Server and best practices to get the most out of your environment.
    Audience: Mid-level

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