Monthly Archives: September 2018

September 2018 Roundup

September 2018 Round Up

At Microsoft Ignite the Public Preview of SQL Server 2019 was announced. This new version of SQL Server is designed to assist organisations manage the increased volume and variety of data. With this new release of SQL Server, SQL Server 2008 R2 will be five versions old. As one Australian government department recently found out running legacy software not only limits […]

October 2018 QSSUG – Adopting A DevOps Process for Your Database by Steve Jones

steve jones - qssug speaker

We’ve made some changes to the organiser team, venue and date for the Queensland SQL Server User Group. Firstly, Microsoft has finished their renovations which means we can move back to our original venue, Microsoft Brisbane, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane. Secondly, we’ve had to change the date to the first Wednesday of each month. […]

Building a Business Case for Data Platform Modernisation

Building a business case for data platform modernisation

Data platform modernisation is on the forefront of the minds of many IT and business leaders – though some may not express it in those exact terms. As a technical expert, you’re probably thinking about the upcoming end of support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2, improving performance and/or moving your data estate to […]