|Start Time (24h)||Speaker||Track||Title|
|09:40:00||Cláudio Silva||Enterprise Database Administration Deployment||Administrate SSRS/PBIRS with PowerShell|
|09:40:00||Sergio Govoni||Professional Development||SQL Server 2017 Graph Database|
|10:50:00||Mikael Wedham||Application Database Development||A Masters view on Query plans and indexing|
|10:50:00||Mihail Mateev||Strategy and Architecture||Choosing the Right Database for Microservices Solutions|
|12:00:00||André Melancia||Enterprise Database Administration Deployment||SQL Curiosities: η περιέργεια σκότωσε τη γάτα|
|12:00:00||Christian Cote||BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration||The modern data warehouse|
|13:45:00||Bent Pedersen||BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration||Boost your Tabular Productivity|
|13:45:00||Arnie Rowland||Application Database Development||Magical Memory Moments|
|14:55:00||Rudi Bruchez||Enterprise Database Administration Deployment||What can you do with SQL Server on Linux?|
|14:55:00||Christian Cote||BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration||Azure Data Factory V2 /SSIS in Azure|
|16:05:00||Kevin Boles||Application Database Development||Know What Your Code is Doing to SQL Server!|
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 09:40:00 - Track: Enterprise Database Administration Deployment
Some time ago, I accomplished this by hand, wasting hours of my life. Nowadays it takes me a couple of minutes and I'm done.
In this session I will share how you can leverage on ReportingServicesTools PowerShell module to deploy your reports, manage permissions and subscriptions and stop waste your time with some of those trivial tasks.
We will see examples for both Reporting Services and PowerBI Report Server.
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 09:40:00 - Track: Professional Development
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 10:50:00 - Track: Application Database Development
You will se how queries are run, how indexes are used and get an insight into what query plans tell you. Further on you'll be introduced to In-Memory and Column Store indexing to get a fair chance of selecting appropriate indexing for your query load.
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 10:50:00 - Track: Strategy and Architecture
In this talk we will discuss how we can go about choosing the right database models for your application. We will also look at how the choice of data models can help determine which technologies to include in your data tier.
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 12:00:00 - Track: Enterprise Database Administration Deployment
Disclaimer: No feline was harmed in the making of this session. Please do not report it to the Ελληνική Φιλοζωική Εταιρεία...
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 12:00:00 - Track: BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 13:45:00 - Track: BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration
Making changes to measures, calculated columns, display folders, etc. is lightning fast, and the UI provides a "what-you-see-is-what-you-get" model tree allowing you to maintain Display Folders, Perspectives and Translations. The perfect tool for your tabular models.
Combined with scripting functionality, a Best Practice Analyzer, command-line build and deployment, and much more, Tabular Editor is a must for every SSAS Tabular developer. The tool is completely free.
Demoing the capabilities of the tool is what is in focus for this session and therefore do not expect many slides. Attendees are assumed to be familiar with Tabular Model development.
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 13:45:00 - Track: Application Database Development
OK, so you’ve been reading about, perhaps even testing out some of the ‘in-memory’ objects now available in SQL Server. Some of the claims are exciting, and some seem overly optimistic. And Yet, you want to know, experience more … Perhaps your situation doesn’t really call out for in-memory tables. But you should consider memory-optimized #Temp tables, memory-optimized table variables, and natively compiled stored procedures.It’s true. Using memory-optimized tables requires a little more fore-thought, a bit more care, even a few configuration tweaks. • But what are the real advantages of memory-optimized objects? • What are the memory-optimized objects you can use? • How can you best use memory-optimized objects? In this demo packed session, we will discuss the pros and cons of using memory-optimized objects in ways that will supercharge your SQL Server.
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 14:55:00 - Track: Enterprise Database Administration Deployment
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 14:55:00 - Track: BI Platform Architecture, Development Administration
Event Date: 16-06-2018 - Session time: 16:05:00 - Track: Application Database Development