UK SQL Server User Group based in the London area aimed at enthusiasts looking to learn more about all things SQL Server related. "Network, learn, ask a question, meet other folk, get fed - these are all things that happen at user group events. These events are a really great opportunity to socialise in an informal learning experience"
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Show Me, Don't Just Tell Me!
Featuring Richard Macaskill
Protecting data can be difficult. With data often spread across a growing number of different environments, it's hard to know what to restrict and where it's located. This risks non-compliance, and leaves organizations open to data breaches.redgate gdpr sql-server sql
Maximising SQL Performance - Unleash the I/O
Featuring Neil Hambly
When you IO Performance hits its throughput limits, you can accept that performance or look at finding a way to increase it. This session will showcase how you can unleash the full true IO potential of your SQL Servers.io sqlservers
PASS London Chapter Evening- Say our Security Right (or Not)
Featuring Neil Hambly
Database security is one of those topics that too many misunderstand; haven’t learned it to the right depth, or just not sure how to approach designing a database security strategy.pass sql database security sql-server
PASS London Chapter Evening
Featuring Allan Hirt
In September 2015, Allan delivered the talk “What’s New for High Availability in SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016” to the London SQL Server User Group. It was a preview of those as-yet-to-be-released versions. A lot has changed in 18 months. Both SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016...sql linux sql-server
ETL for the lazy one... Introduction to SSIS with BIML
Featuring Ben Weissman
In this demo-heavy session, you will learn about the basic concepts of increasing productivity by creating your SSIS packages using BIML. We will look into manual BIML creations to understand the general idea of BIML, then take it from there and generate a whole staging area from scratch and end...sql-server database data ssis biml
Data Platform Experts Panel
For this meetup we have a number of speakers from Microsoft, Pryamid and other SMEs. We are taking full advantage of this to tackle those challenging questions and also get to know this latest SQL Server 2016 Release in more detail. We are having a great turnout for the #INSIDESQL Day conference...sql datascience
Featuring Dejan Sarka
In an enterprise, merging master data, like customer data, from multiple sources is a common problem. Typically, you do not have a single, i.e. the same key identifying a customer in different sources. You have to match data based on similarity of strings, like names and addresses. In this...data dqs
Data Warehouse Automation
Featuring Davide Mauri
Abstract: A key point for being Agile and apply agile principle to Data Warehouse and BI is being able to automate all the low added value work, allowing iterations to be not only feasible but economically sustainable. In this session I’ll present the “Adaptive BI Framework”, a framework I’ve...agile bi-framework