Bellingham SQL Server Users Group

Next Meeting

Wednesday,

November

18

November Chapter Meeting - Building a Static Data Warehouse Server

  • In-Person @ 709 West Orchard Drive #4 Bellingham, Washington, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 20:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

The November meeting of the Bellingham SQL Server Users Group (PASS Chapter) will be held on Novemer 18th at 6:00pm.

This will be our Chapter meeting with a presenter from outside of the chapter. Ron Talmage joins us from the Pacific Northwest SQL Server Users group.

The agenda for the meeting will be:

- Welcome and Pizza
- Chapter news and announcements
- Technical presentation
- Socialize and networking


The chapter meeting will be at the following address. Thanks to Derrick Bovenkamp for providing the location for this meeting.

709 West Orchard Drive #4
Bellingham, WA 98225

For any questions, please contact Steve Stedman, Steve@Stedman.us. (360)610-7833

Featured Presentation:

Building a Static Data Warehouse Server

Ron Talmage, Mentor and Co-founder Solid Quality Mentors

Building a Static Data Warehouse Server Sometimes users require underlying data to be static and unchanging. In this session we'll examine steps used to create a static server from a copy of a live data warehouse server, including implementing clustered columnstore on large partitioned tables, simplifying the management of files and filegroups, and reclaiming large amounts of database space. Presented by Ron Talmage - Mentor and Co-founder, SolidQ Ron is a mentor and co-founder with SolidQ. He is a SQL Server MVP and current chapter leader of the Pacific Northwest SQL Server Users Group. He has authored numerous SQL Server white papers and contributes to SQL Server technical publications.

About Ron:
Ron is a mentor and co-founder with SolidQ. He is a SQL Server MVP and current chapter leader of the Pacific Northwest SQL Server Users Group. He has authored numerous SQL Server white papers and contributes to SQL Server technical publications.