LOCATION AND DATE:
Sunnyvale, CA April 8 to 11, 2014
Chicago, IL April 21 – 24, 2014
Reston, VA April 29 – May 2, 2014
Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Ignite brings to market new in-memory capabilities built into the core database and provides new cloud capabilities to simplify cloud adoption for your SQL databases and help you unlock new hybrid scenarios.
Our training is tailored for Application and Database subject matter experts to help scale out technical enablement on in-memory databases, enterprise cloud, and big data.
The first two days of the four-day boot camp training event covers the latest SQL Server 2014 features for In-Memory OLTP and In-Memory Columnstore for getting the best mission critical performance for your database solutions. You will also learn how to take advantage of the latest AlwaysOn improvements and how to use Windows Azure to extend your workloads and high availability and disaster recovery needs to the cloud. On day 3, you will learn how to deliver powerful BI solutions to your customers that enable them to find and combine multiple sources of data, gain insights from that data through interactive dashboards and reports, and to share those insights with the rest of the organization. On day 4, you will learn how Big Data technologies like Hadoop fit within a modern data warehouse architecture so that you can gain insights from your data in the shortest amount of time.
Each day includes training, demonstrations and hands on labs to give you the information you need to prepare your customers for the latest database and analysis breakthroughs from Microsoft.
Who is this training for?
Database, Data Warehouse, and Business Intelligence practice leads and architects
Students are required to bring their own laptops. For the best training experience, please come with your Windows Azure account.
There is no charge for this exclusive training, however we will be imposing a no-show fee of $99 (USD) if you register, but do not cancel your registration within fourteen (14) business days before the start of the first event.