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August 2017

SentryOne Will Relocate to Charlotte's South End

Tech company will move from Huntersville to heart of Charlotte to create the ideal work environment for its growing team and to attract the area's top knowledge workers

January 2017

SentryOne Now Has an Unprecedented Seven MVPs

SentryOne, the developer of award-winning software for the Microsoft Data Platform, is now home to seven Microsoft MVPs, with a total of 60 MVP awards among them. John Martin, SentryOne Product Manager, became the seventh Microsoft MVP on staff after receiving the Data Platform MVP award this year.

October 2016

Migrating Databases to Azure SQL Database

Tim Radney of SQLskills discusses strategy and some available tools for helping migrate your databases to Azure SQL Database.

October 2016

Customizing Your Alert Emails in SentryOne

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) shows two ways to customize the alert emails that are sent in response to Advisory Conditions.

October 2016

SentryOne – A New Partner Focus

With the new SentryOne version 11 there's never been a more complete solution for our partners to provide the best service for their customers.

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Events

SentryOne has been "taking it on the road" attending User Group meetings and conferences. In cities across the world, we're showing you how to optimize SQL Server performance. If you are a User Group organizer looking for exciting, pertinent guest presenters and would like to schedule SentryOne to attend your group meeting, contact us.

Sep 22, 2017

50 Things All SQL Server Developers Need to Know - San Diego, CA

What are the most problematic patterns and anti-patterns that trip up SQL Server developers on a daily basis? What sort of SQL and Transact-SQL challenges does every SQL Server developer encounter at some point in their career? This full-day, pre-conference seminar takes a tour of the most common and challenging issues that database developers face. Learn how to conquer them in the lab today so that they won’t take you surprise in the future. Loaded with live demonstrations and useful techniques, this session will teach you how to take your SQL Server queries mundane to masterful.  

Sep 23, 2017

SQLSaturday #661 - San Diego, CA

SQLSaturday is a free training event for Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics. This event will be held on Sep 23 2017 at UCSD Extension - University City Center, 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego, California, 92122, United States  

Sep 23, 2017

SQLSaturday #657 - Gothenburg, Sweden

SQLSaturday is a free training event for Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics. This event will be held on Sep 23 2017 at Lindholmen Science Park, Svea, Lindholmspiren 5, Gothenburg, Västra Götalands Län, 402 78 Göteborg, Sweden  

Sep 30, 2017

SQLSaturday #666 - Utrecht, Holland

SQLSaturday is a free training event for Microsoft Data Platform professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server, Business Intelligence and Analytics. This event will be held on Sep 30 2017 at University of Utrecht, Leuvenlaan 21, Utrecht, Utrecht, 3584 CE, Netherlands  

Oct 09, 2017 - Oct 13, 2017

SQL Relay - United Kingdom

SQL Relay was set up in 2011 to raise more awareness of the UK SQL Server community. Starting off with a flotilla of user groups, over the years it’s evolved into an 5-day rollicking ride around the country, bringing the excellent speakers to the community. We’re in our sixth conference, and we’re working to support the needs of the SQL community. This means a broadening of topics into cloud and analytics, it means including talks from “help, I’m an accidental XXX” to “Super intense performance internals of YYY”.  

Oct 31, 2017 - Nov 03, 2017

PASS Summit - Seattle, WA

PASS Summit is the premier conference where data professionals connect. Spend up to a week with us as we delve into full-day pre-conference workshops, hands-on labs, expert sessions, demos, networking, the latest tips, tricks, and technologies, and more. And because PASS is a non-profit organization, your registration fee stays in the data community, supporting a variety of local, regional, and international programs and events that bring data professionals together around the world.  

Oct 31, 2017 - Nov 02, 2017

SQLintersection - Las Vegas, NV

In today’s fast-paced world with technology changing rapidly, it’s a challenge to stay on top of everything new while mastering the fundamentals. This exciting event, now in its fourth year, brings your favorite Microsoft leaders, engineers and industry experts together to educate, network, and share their expertise with you. Just this year, ASP.NET Core, SQL Server 2017, Visual Studio 2017, Windows 10 and SharePoint 2016 launched. The newest release of Windows Server is here and open source is becoming the norm. The cloud is real and so is cloud scaling. Are you ready? Invest in your company’s success – and in your career – at an event where questions are answered, strategies are defined and relationships are built.  

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