Free SQLUG Event: SCOM 2007 R2 And Managing SQL Server

No excuses for not attending if you’re a SQL Server DBA, system administrator or just interested in the subject.  It’s a free training event, it’s presented by Ricardo Noulez and it’s taking place in the Microsoft offices in Zaventem.

When?

Thursday, April 20th, 2010

Where?

Microsoft België
Corporate Village
Leonardo Da Vincilaan 3
1935 Zaventem

More info

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 broader application/service monitoring view.
This session focuses on the out-of-the-box capabilities of System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 but also shows you how a distributed application can easily reuse these capabilities to provide an extra step in monitoring.

About Ricardo Noulez

Ricardo Noulez is a Senior Consultant at Microsoft Consulting Services in the Benelux. Been with Microsoft since January 2002 as a subject matter expert in Microsoft Operations Manager (now System Center Operations Manager) and Systems Management Server (System Center Configuration Manager). Ricardo has a great focus around the System Center product family and he is currently expanding his horizons towards the System Center Service Manager product. He is always interested in finding ways to improve the way that customers manage their IT environment and has certifications and great affinity with ITIL good practices and the MOF framework to help them achieve this. In the first third of his 18 year career, Ricardo was a developer but gradually converted himself to Systems Management and IT operations. This gives him a broad understanding in the different needs and view-points of all technical players that make IT ideas come true.

Click here for more info or here to register!

See you there,

Valentino

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