Pythian at PASS 2014

Posted in: Microsoft SQL Server, Technical Track

Join us in Seattle for SQL PASS Summit 2014—planned by and for the Microsoft SQL Server community—where some of our very own will be presenting. You’ll notice that PASS has a funny way of scheduling speaking sessions, so both of our experts are presenting at the same time.

Also be sure to visit us at booth #226 for a chance to win a Sonos Play: 1. The Exhibit Hall will be open all day Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday morning.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: We are proud to announce that we’re hosting the first ever PASS Summit Bloggers Meetup! Join us Thursday night to meet with old friends, and make new ones. RSVP here.

 

Edwin Sarmiento Configuring SharePoint 2013 as a Business Intelligence Platform by Edwin Sarmiento
Wednesday November 5 — 1:30-2:45 PM
Room 608

Edwin Sarmiento, a Microsoft MVP, Certified Master, and Principal Consultant in Pythian’s Advanced Technology Group, will be presenting a session called Configuring SharePoint 2013 as a Business Intelligence Platform.

With SharePoint as the business collaboration platform of choice for the enterprise, it has become an important piece in the overall Microsoft Business Intelligence (BI) stack. However, deploying and configuring it to support Microsoft BI solutions has become a cumbersome task for IT experts.

In this session, Edwin will demonstrate what it takes to successfully architect and design SharePoint 2013 as a BI platform. He will cover multiple configuration scenarios and the different technologies necessary to build the infrastructure. Attendees will walk away with the confidence to run Power Pivot, Power View, and Reporting Services in their SharePoint 2013 farms.

 

Warner ChavesThe Use Cases for In-Memory OLTP by Warner Chaves
Wednesday November 5 — 1:30-2:45 PM
Room 3AB

Warner Chaves, a Microsoft Certified Master and Principal Consultant in Pythian’s SQL Server practice, will be presenting a session called The Use Cases for In-Memory OLTP.

In this session, he will do a short introduction to the In-Memory OLTP feature before diving straight into the use cases where the new lockless/latchless concurrency control and native compilation really shine.

Demos will cover PAGELATCH contention (or lack thereof), use of non-persistent in-memory tables for ETL, and in-memory tables as “shock absorbers” for high throughput environments.

For each case, Warner will do a comparison of “classic” versus in-memory, what gains the audience can expect, and what patterns will yield the biggest benefits.

 

BONUS MATERIAL! Since its release back in April, SQL Server experts across the globe are becoming familiar with the top features in Microsoft SQL Server 2014—the In-Memory OLTP engine, the AlwaysOn enhancements, and more. Warner couldn’t help but notice that there were a few features that weren’t getting the same attention and filmed a video series sharing the most underrated features of SQL Server 2014. We’ll be publishing that series during PASS, so follow @Pythian on Twitter to receive our updates.

 


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Vanessa Simmons
October 31, 2014 4:02 pm

Calling all Pythian partners! If you’re attending PASS Summit we want to connect with you! Meet us at the booth, DM us on Twitter @pythianpartners or email me & I’ll connect you with our attending team.

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