SQLCAT @PASS Summit 2015

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First published on MSDN on Oct 10, 2015

Authored by Sanjay Mishra


Are you coming to the PASS Summit 2015 in Seattle? SQLCAT will be in full force at the PASS Summit 2015. We will also bring along our colleagues from the broader AzureCAT.

SQLCAT Sessions

SQLCAT sessions are unique. We bring in real customer stories and present their deployments, architectures, challenges and lessoned learned. This year at the PASS Summit, we will have 6 SQLCAT sessions – each session will have one or more customers co-presenting with SQLCAT members. If you look for real world experience, you don’t want to miss any of these sessions.


SQLCAT: Azure SQL Data Warehouse Lessons Learned and Customer Stories

SQLCAT: Azure SQL Database Customer Experiences and Lessons Learned

SQLCAT: Azure SQL VM Design Patterns and Customer Stories

SQLCAT: SQL Server 2016 Columnstore Customer Scenarios and Best Practices

SQLCAT: SQL Server 2016 Early Adopter Panel

SQLCAT: SQL Server HA DR Customer Panel -- 7 Habits of people who build highly available systems

SQL Server Clinic

Have a technical question, a troubleshooting challenge, want to have an architecture discussion, or want to find best ways to upgrade your SQL Server – SQL Server Clinic is the place you want to be at. The Clinic is the hub of technical experts from SQLCAT, SQL product development team, CSS and Tiger team. Whether you want a facelift of your SQL Server system or an open heart surgery, the experts at the Clinic will have the right advice for you. Want to learn about great new capabilities in SQL Server 2016, Azure SQL Database, SQL Server in Azure VM or Azure SQL DW – find all your answers in one place.

And More …

That’s not all. SQLCAT will be involved in many more events and customer conversations during the Summit. If you have a suggestion on how we can make your experience at the PASS Summit more effective and more productive, don’t hesitate to leave a note.

Thanks, and see you all at the PASS Summit 2015 in Seattle. You are coming, right?


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