StreamInsight Precon at SQLBits 8 in Brighton

by Allan Mitchell 23 Jan 2011 21:24
I am giving a full day seminar on StreamInsight at the SQLBits conference in Brighton, UK.  The seminar is happening on 7th April 2011.  Early bird discounts are available so get over to the site and register.  During this day I will be explaining exactly what StreamInsight is and we’ll be looking at how to solve some very interesting business problems with streaming data.  A complete rundown of what it is I will be covering is here.

SSIS Field Notes – SQLBits 7 Presentation

by Darren Green 20 Oct 2010 22:35
Here are the slides from my session SSIS Field Notes presented at SQLBits 7 in York earlier this month - SSIS Field Notes – Darren Green.pptx On a similar theme, the video of my session Design patterns for SSIS Performance from is now available. You heard it here first! I know that this because I’ve only just finished updating the SQLBits site with all the videos from SQLBits 6. Hopefully we’ll get them released quicker for SQLBits 7.

Streaming Profiler Data Through StreamInsight

by Allan Mitchell 4 Aug 2010 23:40
Using the Trace Management objects API it is possible to capture the events happening on SQL Server or indeed Analysis Services.  I got to thinking that this would be a good thing to stream out in real time in StreamInsight and do some analysis “In Flight”.  So here is a short video of me doing just that.   Your browser cannot play this video. Learn how to fix this.

Talking about StreamInsight in a pub in Maidstone, Kent

by Allan Mitchell 1 Jul 2010 23:41
Come join me for what promises to be a good evening.  18.8.2010.  Sign Up

Change Data Capture Webinar

by Allan Mitchell 12 Sep 2009 07:37
I am going to be doing a webinar with our friends at Attunity on Change Data Capture.  Attunity have a good story around this technology and you can use it in your SSIS loads to great effect. Join Attunity and Konesans/SQLIS for a Webinar on 17 September Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/693735512 Want increased efficiency and real-time speed when conducting ETL loads? Need lower implementation costs while minimizing system impact? Learn how change data capture (CDC) technologies can reduce ETL lo... [More]

Swiss SQL Server Saturday, Zurich, September 19th

by Allan Mitchell 21 Aug 2009 13:34
I am going to be speaking at the first ever SQL Server Saturday in Switzerland this autumn.  This event is taking place on Saturday 19th September in Zurich.  If you want to know more about it or are thinking of coming then head over to www.sqlsaturday.ch Charley has lined up a top list of speakers for this event and I know it is going to be a fun day.

Integrating Data Mining into your BI Solution (Presentation)

by Allan Mitchell 9 Jun 2009 08:23
I recently gave a live meeting presentation to the UK User Group on Integrating Data Mining into your BI Solution.  In it I talk about and demo ways of using your data mining models inside Integration Services, Analysis Services and Reporting Services.  This is the first in a series of presentations I will be doing for the UG as I try to get the word out that Data Mining can be for the masses. You can download my deck and my line meeting recording from here.

Data Mining Time Series presentation

by Allan Mitchell 22 Jan 2009 13:15
Here are the slides/Spreadsheets and queries I ran in my UK User Group presentation.  I talked about how the algorithms in SQL Server 2008 (ARTxp and ARIMA) work and what the effects of changing some of the attributes are on predictions. It was a great night and I got some good feedback. Hope you enjoy Time Gentlemen Please.zip (178.59 kb)

SQLBits 3 – The Movies

by Allan Mitchell 12 Nov 2008 13:32
Back in September we ad our community conference SQLBits and MS were there filming.  In addition to my presentation there are a load of other good ones.  The whole of the BI track was filmed.  I know this is off topic slightly but it well worth taking a look. So head over there and see what there is.

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