Azure Data Sessions You Won’t Want to Miss at SQLBits 2020

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SQLBits 2020 is going digital this year - and, with less than a month away, the excitement for “the greatest data show” is only rising. It is the largest SQL Server and Microsoft Data Platform conference in Europe, bringing together customers, partners, and community members – this time as a fully virtual and interactive conference.

 

From September 29 to October 3, 2020, join the experts from the Microsoft SQL Server/ Azure SQL product groups for 5 days of learning and connecting with our SQL Server community.

To make your conference planning easy for you, I put together a list of the 2 pre-cons and 30+ sessions from the Azure Data team you won’t want to miss:

Date Sessions Speaker(s)
PRE-CONS
9/29/2020 The Azure SQL Workshop Bob Ward, Anna Hoffman
9/30/2020 The SQL Server 2019 Workshop Bob Ward, Pedro Lopes, Anna Hoffman, Buck Woody
THURSDAY
10/1/2020 SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines reimagined Ajay Jagannathan
10/1/2020 SQL Server to Azure SQL: Performance and Availability Anna Hoffman, Bob Ward
10/1/2020 SQL Server 2019: The Modern Data Platform Bob Ward
10/1/2020 Sandboxing SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters Daniel Coelho, Rahul Ajmera
10/1/2020 Optimizing your Azure SQL Database workloads Denzil Ribeiro, Sanjay Mishra, Dimitri Furman
10/1/2020 What's New in SQL Tools for Developers Drew Skwiers-Koballa, Udeesha Gautam
10/1/2020 Run rich confidential queries using Always Encrypted with secure enclaves Jakub Szymaszek
10/1/2020 SQL Extensibility Architecture in the Machine Learning Platform Michelle Wallig
10/1/2020 Optimize price-performance using Azure SQL Database serverless Morgan Oslake
10/1/2020 SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machine reimagined Pam Lahoud
10/1/2020 Query plans: a map to query performance analysis Pedro Lopes
10/1/2020 10 DBA Tasks for Azure SQL: What's Different from On-Prem Rie Irish
10/1/2020 Azure Data Studio Features in 20 Minutes Vicky Harp
FRIDAY
10/2/2020 Inside SQL Server on Kubernetes Bob Ward
10/2/2020 An administrators guide to SQL Server 2019 BDC Buck Woody, Melony Qin
10/2/2020 Azure SQL Hyperscale Deep Dive Denzil Ribeiro
10/2/2020 New Azure AD authentication capabilities in Azure SQL  Jakub Szymaszek
10/2/2020 Improving Availability in SQL Server and Azure SQL Database with Accelerated Database Recovery and Resumable Operations Kevin Farlee
10/2/2020 New Azure AD authentication capabilities in Azure SQL Mirek Sztajno
10/2/2020 Azure SQL Managed Instance: A fully managed SQL Server in the cloud Mladen Andzic
10/2/2020 Everything you need to know about storing strings in SQL Server and Azure SQL DB Pedro Lopes
10/2/2020 SQL on Linux - What's new Tejas Shah
SATURDAY
10/3/2020 Azure SQL: What to use when Anna Hoffman
10/3/2020 Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Buck Woody
10/3/2020 Practical Azure SQL for the Modern Developer Davide Mauri
10/3/2020 Azure data services on Azure Arc James Rowland-Jones, Nellie Gustafsson
10/3/2020 Notebooks in Azure Data Studio Julie Koesmarno, Alan Yu, Chris LaFreniere
10/3/2020 Turbo-charge your SQL Server with In-Memory Database Kevin Farlee
10/3/2020 Democratizing Machine Learning on the SQL Platform Michelle Wallig
10/3/2020 Azure SQL and SQL Server: Path to an Intelligent Database Pedro Lopes
10/3/2020 Network access controls for Azure SQL Database Rohit Nayak
10/3/2020 Azure SQL Database Edge - Optimized SQL Engine for Edge/IoT Computing Sourabh Agaral
10/3/2020 App Modernization and Migration from End to end, using data migration tools and Azure SQL Venkata Raj Pochiraju, Mukesh Kumar
10/3/2020 Database modernization best practices and lessons learned through customer engagements Venkata Raj Pochiraju, Mukesh Kumar
10/3/2020 Coming Soon: Upcoming SQL Tools Features Vicky Harp

 

 

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