I will be attending the Queensland SQL Server User Group on Thursday the 27th April 2006 to present on the SQL Management Object (SMO). Below is a synopsis for the presentation as well as the details of where the presentation will be held.
For more details regarding the Queensland SQL Server User Group and refer to http://www.qssug.org/.
Do you find that day-to-day in your job you are ‘fire-fighting’ issues that could have been prevented if you had the time to perform proactive monitoring of the SQL Server instances in your enterprise; Or maybe that you would like to implement an enterprise management solution but are restricted by budget constraints? In this session, Peter Ward from WARDY IT Solutions (www.wardyit.com) will introduce the SQL Management Object (SMO) and how applications and scripts can use this object to access the management features of SQL Server 2005. In this session Peter will demonstrate how SMO can be applied in the enterprise to assist in automating common administrative tasks as well as to extend the functionality of SQL Server.
Microsoft Brisbane Office
1 Eagle St
Thursday, 27th April 2006, 18:00-19:30