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Event – Planning and Executing a Successful SQL Server Database Migration

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Tampa Bay SQL User Group

Hillsborough Group Meeting – 4/27/2017

Please join us at a new location for the Hillsborough SQL on Thursday, April 27th.  Dobler Consulting will be hosting our group at the Corporate Center I – Conference room (Suite 122) located at the West Shore entrance to the International mall.   The address is:

2202 North Westshore Boulevard
Suite 122
Tampa, FL 33607

Parking is available at the west entrance (airport side).  Please follow the Visitor parking signs past the garage and around the fountain.

Featured Presentation:

Planning and Executing a Successful Migration

Carlos Colon, DBA Dobler Consulting

Migrating an existing database to requires much more than just moving the schema and . They key to a successful database migration effort includes designing the target system, identifying all components from the existing system that will need to be migrated, and allowing adequate time for changes and testing. In this session we will discuss all the different database components and configuration items that will need to be considered during the migration effort, how to utilize the SQL Server Migration Assistant as a planning and implementation tool, what components cannot be migrated (and what can be done about it), and pitfalls to avoid during the development, testing, and final implementation.

About Carlos:
Carlos is a certified SQL Server professional and a senior software developer. As a 20 year veteran, Carlos leads Dobler Consulting’s practice. He’s also a certified PMP and holds a B.S. in Management of Information Systems.

Food will arrive at 6:00 pm and the meeting start at 6:30 pm.  Also, plan to join us at Kona Grille for the meeting after the meeting for more networking.

Please click here to RSVP so we can assure that there will be enough food.

We hope to see you there!

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