Intellinet, a management consulting and Microsoft-centric technology services firm, announced today that experts Jeremy Carroll, Melissa Coates, Geoff Hiten, and Rafael Salas were recently selected to present at SQL Saturday in Atlanta on April 14, 2012.
Jeremy Carroll, Senior Consultant at Intellinet and a highly certified Microsoft expert, will present an intermediate level session entitled It's Spring - Are You Still Compressed? and will review the growing parts of rows and how to keep them as lean as possible.
Managed Self-Service BI and Data As A Service is an intermediate level session presented by Melissa Coates and will examine how the new world of "Managed Self-Service BI" complements Corporate BI in SQL Server 2012 and SharePoint 2010. Melissa Coates is a Senior Consultant with Intellinet; she specializes in delivering BI and Data Warehousing solutions.
Geoff Hiten will teach a strong structured process for a successful SQL Server migration using examples focused on SharePoint workloads in his intermediate level presentation Moving Day - Successful SQL Migrations with SharePoint. Geoff Hiten is a Principal SQL Server Consultant for Intellinet and a Microsoft MVP. He specializes in high-availability and high-performance SQL systems.
Rafael Salas will present the beginner level session, SSIS 2012: Project Deployment Model and Catalog, and will explore the new project deployment model, design and runtime features along with deployment and management considerations using the new SSIS catalog. Rafael Salas is a Principal Consultant with Intellinet and a SQL Server MVP with more than 12 years of experience in data warehousing and BI. He is a blog and article author, and is active in SQL Server community forums.
Intellinet is honored to sponsor SQLSaturday Atlanta at the Gold level.
About SQLSaturday AtlantaSQLSaturday is a training event for SQL Server professionals and those wanting to learn about SQL Server. This event will be held April 14, 2012 at Georgia State University in Alpharetta. Admittance to this event is free, however, a lunch fee of 10.00 is charged. Seating is limited. Visit http://sqlsaturday.com/111/Register.aspx to register.