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Speaking - Tech Ed, Tech Ed, SSWUG, PASS

I feel like I've hit the speaker's lottery this year, starting with SQL Cruise Miami, and it just keeps getting better! After a great trip to SQL Bits I'm now preparing for my travel to New Orleans for more great SQL fun!

In early June I'll be speaking at Tech Ed North America, this year in New Orleans. I'll be presenting the same session later in June at Tech Ed Europe, in Madrid. Here's the session details:

Maintain SQL Server System and Performance Data with PowerShell
Maintaining a solid set of information about our servers and their performance is critical when issues arise, and often help us see a problem before it occurs. Building a baseline of performance metrics allows us to know when something is wrong and help us to track it down and fix the problem. This session will walk you through a series of PowerShell scripts you can schedule which will capture the most important data and a set of reports to show you how to use that data to keep your server running smoothly.

I've also been selected to be part of the SSWUG.org Summer Camp 2013 Conference and will present multiple sessions that you can view online, starting July 9.

Today the announcements were made regarding the PASS Summit 2013 presentations. I'm happy to say that I was selected again this year, and this time I'm presenting a brand new session, in the BI Dev Track!

Automate Your ETL Infrastructure with SSIS and PowerShell
Much of your ETL process flow consists of packages that are very similar in structure, capturing data from a single source and transferring that to a single destination. Creating the individual packages can be tedious and it's easy to miss something in the process of generating the same basic package over and again. BI Markup Language makes it easy to build new packages, and PowerShell makes creating the BIML scripts easy. In this session we'll show you how to use PowerShell to generate dozens of SSIS packages doing similar tasks from a defined set of ETL sources.

I have a special fondness for the PASS Summit. My first Summit was in November of 2003, and there I met many amazing and wonderful people, including Johan Bijnens, Morten Baden Rohde, Brian Knight, Steve Jones, Andy Warren, Kevin Kline and many more. Each year I've gone back I've renewed those friendships and made many more. I've been fortunate to have been selected to speak again this year and am excited to see everyone again this year in Charlotte.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Allen

Published Wednesday, May 22, 2013 3:48 PM by AllenMWhite

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Greg Low said:

Congrats Allen!

Can you please ping me offline? (Just wanted to make sure I'm using your current email address)

Regards,

Greg

May 22, 2013 10:02 PM

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About AllenMWhite

Allen White is a consultant and mentor for Upsearch Technology Services in Northeast Ohio. He has worked as a Database Administrator, Architect and Developer for over 30 years, supporting both the Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server platforms over that period.

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