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Sign up Here: (There is a $10.00 Fee to help us off set lunch) Check out The Pre-Conference Sessions (All Day Event for $100.00) Scaling SQL Server Data Warehouse Dimensional Design and Architectural Planning What’s In Your Utility Belt? Building From Success SQL Saturday 104 will have ...
Quest Software (the company I’m working for) just brought out a SQL Azure cartridge for its application performance management solution Foglight. Other than Spotlight on Azure and Spotlight on SQL Server Enterprise (covering also SQL Azure) which are tools focused on the Azure platform or SQL Server/SQL Azure ...
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