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  • Blog Post: SQLUG Event: What is SCOM 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers.

    What is SCOM 2007 R2 and how can it help in managing SQL Servers. Managing SQL Server requires insight in the state and performance of the underlying infrastructure, OS and individual SQL components. System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 cannot only give you that insight, but it can be reused in a...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Free TechNet Events

      Upcoming TechNet Events   12 Implementing Full-Text in SQL Server REGISTER FEB 2013 Timing 10:00 – 11:30   Audience IT professionals        Type Live Webcast         Language English Abstract In this session we will discuss...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Livemeeting: Managed Self Service Business Intelligence with PowerPivot

    30/09 Managed Self Service Business Intelligence with PowerPivot (English) PowerPivot is Microsoft's offering in the Managed Self Service Business Intelligence space.  It is one of the most facinating BI software releases in the last couple of years and it will dramatically change the way business...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Day 2010

    For the third year in a row the Belgian SQL Server User Group (SQLUG.BE vzw), Microsoft and our partners are teaming up to organize the yearly Belgian SQL Server Day . This year SQL Server Day 2010 will focus on SQL Server, SQL Azure and Microsoft Business Intelligence in Belgium and Luxembourg. SQL...
  • Blog Post: SQLUG Event: SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you

    SQL Server Service Broker and some of the things it can do for you” is brought to you by Nico Jacobs and will take place on February 11th. Since SQL server 2005, it is possible to build a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) inside SQL Server. The component that enables this is the service broker, a message...
  • Blog Post: Join the Belgian Experts and Microsoft Corp Product team for 12 hours of SQL Server 2012

      Join us for the 12 hours of SQL Server 2012 , the next release of the Microsoft Cloud-Ready Information Platform that is scheduled to be released in the first half of 2012. During the 12 hours of SQL Server 2012 we'll offer you 12 webcasts over 12 hours starting 12:12 CET on February 24th (too...
  • Blog Post: SQLUG event, March 19: MDX, from zero to hero

    MDX, from zero to hero. This session MDX is the language that allows you to query a SQL Server Analyses Services multi-dimensional data structure or OLAP cube. In this session, after a brief review on the concepts of an OLAP cube, the MDX syntax for querying a cube will be explained and demoed step-by...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 = RTM

    Yesterday we announced that SQL Server 2008 is being released to manufacturing. With SQL 2008 we bring new quite a lot of new functionality to the data platform product: Transparent Data Encryption Extensible Key Management Auditing Enhanced Database Mirroring Automatic Recovery of Data Pages Log Stream...
  • Blog Post: SQLUG – 25 Sept: What’s new in SSIS 2008 and SSIS Performance

    Session 1: what's new in SSIS 2008 by Nico Verheire Abstract: Integrating data with ADO.NET Scripting with VSTA Introducing the new lookup transformation (including caching) Managing change in a data warehouse: how to use Change Data Capture (CDC) and use of the MERGE statement Dealing with data quality...
  • Blog Post: Community Day 2008 Session recordings

    Last week 9 User Groups , Belgian Dynamics Community, Biwug, IT-Talks, Pro-Exchange, SCUG, SQLUG, Visug, Winsec, and XNAbug have decided to combine their efforts again and organized another joint-event called Communityday . We took the time to record 6 of the 9 sessions and published them onto our Chopsticks...
  • Blog Post: SQLUG – May 29th: Managing, monitoring and troubleshooting SQL Server using Free tools

    Managing, monitoring and troubleshooting SQL Server using Free tools Out of the box, SQL Server 2005 offers nice tools for managing and monitoring servers and databases. If you want to get an even richer experience and a broader toolset, there are a lot of hidden gems out there, free for you to download...
  • Blog Post: SQLUG Event Thu, January 29: The Holy Trinity for SQL Server DBAs: Indexes, Execution Plans and the optimizer

    This UG-evening will start with an introduction of the basics of index design (the heap,clustered/non clustered indexes and covering of a query by an index). Later we will discuss how the optimizer works, why it can be wrong (statistics, procedure cache) and how to correct this. Another part of the session...