Brian H. Madsen
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PSSUG: Peter Ward presents on Business Continuity with Backup and Restore

September 30th 2008 in 2928, 4368, 6317

We’re running again and this time around we have Peter Ward (again, yay) delivering a business orientated presentation.


There’s more news – indeed big news, which will be announced at the event, so be certain that you come along.
We have changed venue (yes i know, again) and this time it’s with bells and whistles with food as well.


As you know, we’ve had Peter present on a number of occasions, so that it’s almost fair to say that he’s one of our biggest numbers. For you that’s been attending a presentation with Peter, you know already that it’s going to be great!!


A little bit about Peter:
Peter Ward is WARDY IT Solutions Chief Technical Architect. Peter is an active member in the Australian SQL Server community and President of the Queensland SQL Server User Group. Peter is a highly regarded speaker at SQL Server events throughout Australia and is a sought after SQL Server consultant and trainer, providing solutions for some of the largest SQL Server sites in Australia. Peter also writes the editorial for the daily SQL-Server-Performance.com newsletter. In the last year Peter was selected as a speaker for Tech-Ed Australia and America, SQL Server Open World in and as a Spotlight speaker for the PASS Community Summit, the largest SQL Server event in the world. Peter has been awarded as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for his technical excellence and commitment to the SQL Server Community.

Topic:
Business Continuity with Backup and Restore

The Backup and Restore commands are the most important SQL Server commands in a Database Administrators arsenal. In the event of a system failure or user error, the Backup and Restore commands provide the ability to recover from what otherwise could be a catastrophe. With the release of SQL server 2005 and 2008 these commands have been enhanced significantly. For example, the ability to take an adhoc backup without affecting the restore sequence and the ability to revert a database from a snapshot. In this session, Peter Ward from WARDY IT Solutions (www.wardyit.com) will explain how to utilise many of the new recovery features as part of your SQL Server business continuity strategy.

Venue: Level 15, 191 St Georges Terrace (that’s Fujitsu’s main offices at the Parmelia House, Corner of Mills St and St Georges Terrace).
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Date: 16th of October, 2008

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me (brian.madsen[at]live.com).

Be mindful, that this is a new venue (right across from where we used to hang out!).

To register for this session, click here:

http://www.sqlserver.org.au/Events/RegisterMeeting.aspx?EventId=358

Looking forward to seeing you there.




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