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Tuesday,

October

14

STLSSUG October 14, 2014 Meeting

  • In-Person @ 622 Emerson Road St. Louis, Missouri, United States (map)
  • 18:00 - 19:30 Central Daylight Time
  • Language: English

 

St. Louis SQL Server User Group & St. Louis Business Intelligence User Group Meeting

October 14th 6:00 pm- 7:30 pm dst

 

The next St. Louis SQL Server User Group & St. Louis Business Intelligence User Group meeting will be on October 14th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm.    Please RSVP, so that we can have a count for a dinner order, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stlssug-bi-user-group-october-14-2014-meeting-tickets-13201340565

 

Also, please feel free to forward this meeting announcement to anyone who may be interested in attending.

 

Location:      Oakwood Systems Group

622 Emerson Road

2nd Floor, Conference Room B

St. Louis, MO 63141 

(We are the building closest to Olive Blvd.  If you park in the garage, we are the building on your right as you approach the campus.)

 

Agenda

5:30-6:00         Registration - Dinner Provided by Oakwood Systems Group www.oakwoodsys.com

6:00 pm           Dennis Graham, Oakwood Systems Group - Reporting for SQL Server Health www.oakwoodsys.com

 

7:30 pm           Raffle Drawing –  Apress, Wrox, McGraw-Hill, Murach, Wiley, O'Reilly/MS Publishing Books and more!

 

Dennis Graham has been working with SQL server since 1992 and working in SSRS since 2002. As an Oakwood consultant, he has built applications for investment firms, medical groups, insurance entities, and manufacturing, he is now in the Managed Services Group using SCOM to monitor SQL Server. He also has 16 years as a trainer.

 

Abstract: 

Reporting for SQL Server Health

Many of us make our living writing reports for other people; it is time SQL server Professionals take advantage of reporting. You will walk away from this session with 40 or more reports designed to review an SQL Server system for its health and to predict potential problems.