Tiger Team at Data Platform Summit 2018

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Tiger Team at Data Platform Summit 2018

Tiger Team at Data Platform Summit 2018
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Tiger Team (@mssqltiger) represented by (Tejas Shah and Sourabh Agarwal) will be presenting about the recent investments in SQL Server at the Data Platform Summit (#DPS10), Asia’s Premier Data & Analytics Conference taking place on 9-11 August in Bangalore, India. Data Platform Summit 2018 is a full 3-day conference with more than 7 tracks, 50+ speaker and 100+ sessions along with 2 days of deep dive pre-con sessions.I Am Speaking

This is a truly unique conference comprised with multiple tracks on Data Science, Business Intelligence & Analytics, Database Administration,  Database Development, Cloud, IoT & NoSQL, Big Data and Open Source. The summit attracts data platform experts from around the globe including speakers from different product engineering teams at Microsoft.

Through several breakout sessions, chalk talks and open talks (see schedule) we will talk about new features and enhancements in SQL Server and provide deep-dive into internals of these features. Additionally, if you are looking to upgrade, migrate or modernize your data platform (no matter what your source platform is), we will showcase several new tools and services that will make these efforts seamless. You will also have several opportunities to meet and interact with the team at the conference.

Below are some of the sessions that the Tiger team is participating in.

Session: DBA/DEV – Advanced – Troubleshooting Always On Availability Group Failovers

Speaker: Sourabh Agarwal | When: 10th Aug, 13:30 – 14:45

Abstract: Unexpected failovers or Unsuccessful failovers are by far the most common problem surrounding Always On Availability Groups. Troubleshooting failover related issues can be a challenge and time consuming. In order to effectively troubleshooting these issues data needs to be collected and analyzed from different servers and replicas. Things get further complicated by the fact that there are multiple logs which needs to be looked at and that these logs are in different time zone formats. In this session, we will look at how to easily identify the reasons for failover of an Availability Group and what new capabilities are being introduced to help with the analysis of AG failovers.
Key Learning: Tools and Techniques to troubleshoot Always On Availability Groups.
Demos: Tips to troubleshoot Always On Availability Groups.

Session: DBA/OSS – Advanced – The Do’s and Don’ts of Running SQL Server On Linux

Speaker: Tejas Shah | When 11th Aug, 13:00 – 14:15

Abstract: In this session, we will cover the learnings from actual customer deployments about running SQL Server on Linux and ensuring that you get optimal performance from your SQL Server Deployments. We will share tips and tricks and demos on how certain settings on both SQL/Linux OS can impact performance.
Key Learning: Deploying SQL Server on Linux Best practices for running SQL Server on Linux. Performance impact of OS/SQL properties when running SQL Server on Linux.
Demos: Demos would include performance impact of because of incorrect or wrong settings on OS or SQL Server.

We will also be delivering chalk talks on Spinlocks, latches and locks (9th Aug, 16:00 – 16:30) and Intelligent Database (9th Aug, 17:00 – 17:30). We also have our colleagues from different Azure Data teams covering topics on Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Datawarehouse, Data Migration and Azure Databases for PostgreSQL and MySQL.

We hope to see you there.