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Each year, IDERA sponsors a variety of online and live events to provide education, training, and networking opportunities for database professionals. Check out the list below to find information about upcoming events. We look forward to meeting you!

Check out the IDERA Resource Center to watch replays for previous webcasts and explore other product content.

If you’d like Idera to sponsor an upcoming event, please contact us at sponsorships@idera.com

Webcasts

 
DATE & TIME LOCATION DESCRIPTION REGISTER
03/05/2019
01 PM CT
Online
Handling the Challenges of Multiple Roles and Platforms

In many organizations, database professionals are taking on multiple roles, often combining developer and administrator tasks into one job. This is challenging on its own, but becomes even more so when you have to also work with multiple database platforms. Learning the differences between the platforms can be time-consuming, especially if you have to work with multiple vendor tools that have different interfaces for each database and each task. Ideally you need a single tool that can simplify database access, management, and development, while also reducing complexity and improving productivity.

Join this webinar as IDERA's Devin Gallagher demonstrates Aqua Data Studio, a flexible tool that handles over 30 different database platforms and provides capabilities to assist both developers and DBAs with a consistent user interface.

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03/05/2019
02 PM CT
Online
How to Pass a SQL Server Compliance Audit

It comes around at least once a year, if not more often. As a DBA, you are on the hook for demonstrating that your databases are compliant to one or more corporate and industry regulations. This could involve reports on user activity, database accesses, and other critical information for the environment. Join this session to learn how to prepare for and pass your audits using SQL Compliance Manager.

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03/05/2019
01 PM CT
Online
Navigating the Complex World of Compliance Guidelines

Regulatory guidelines include many mandates for organizations to interpret and implement to protect their data. You know that you’re supposed to be monitoring and auditing certain data elements to demonstrate compliance, but how can you be sure you’re auditing the right things and translating the requirements correctly? IDERA’s Kim Brushaber will help to simplify and address some of the compliance concerns for complex data environments.

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03/12/2019
10 AM CT
Online
Managing Multiple Database Roles: How Many Hats Do You Wear?

In today’s resource-constrained environments, many database professionals must take on multiple roles. You may be acting as a part-time DBA, developer, devops, or analyst depending on what you need to get done at any given time. However many tasks or database platforms you’re trying to manage, you want an easy-to-use single tool that can automate and simplify your day-to-day activities so that you can productively focus on the most important items.

IDERA’s Lisa Waugh will share key considerations for choosing a database tool and how different roles can accomplish their goals effectively using Aqua Data Studio.

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03/14/2019
02 PM CT
Online
Knowing What to Fix - Understanding Your SQL Server's Performance

Performance tuning your SQL Server is a complicated endeavor - there are server level settings, individual queries, and multiple hardware layers to consider. In this webinar, Data Platform MVP Joey D'Antoni will walk you through the process of getting a baseline of your server's performance and how to leverage that to better optimize the performance of your database servers. You will learn about wait statistics, and query execution times and how these things work together to better guide your tuning efforts.

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03/19/2019
02 PM CT
Online
Are You Worried About Failures with SQL Server's High Availability?

Microsoft markets a variety of SQL Server availability technologies under the term Always On. The Always On features help to achieve a certain level of high availability. However, 100% uptime is not a realistic expectation. Additionally, it is not merely up to the feature to remain online. It requires an effort to make it useful. The two main Always On features are Availability Groups and Failover Cluster Instances. Achieving high availability with these two features requires proper planning, proper hardware, and a solid understanding of the technology.

Join us to learn how to avoid pitfalls with SQL Server’s Always On that can cause unexpected failures. With SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server, monitor Always On availability groups, availability databases, and availability replicas.

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