Do you need to setup a SQL Server development environment in short order? Are you familiar with the options available? Are they all laborious? Are you facing security and data privacy issues? Do you have sufficient storage? Attend this information packed session to learn about the best ways to build, manage and protect your sandbox development environment.
Speaker - Grant Fritchey, Jeremy Kadlec
Grant is the Product Evangelist for Red Gate Software and a very scary DBA.
Jeremy is the CTO @ Edgewood Solutions, co-founder of MSSQLTips.com and a SQL Server MVP.
It was as comprehensive as I expected it to be.
Scott K. - Virginia, USA
I am new to this and many questions were answered.
Tammy H. - Washington, USA
It met my expectations and I was happy to see SQL Virtual Restore in action.
MJ - Montana, USA
I enjoyed learning how to set up a development server and the issues associated with that.
Lee T - Colorado, USA
I saw some new things to consider when setting up a development environment.
Robert T - South Carolina, USA
We have been having some issues with managing our development environments. Seeing source control in action helped.
Daniel M. -Georgia, USA
It was an excellent presentation and I canít wait to go play with the trial version of Red-Gate tools.
Manuel R. - California, USA
It was informative and the demos of the Red-Gate products were interesting.
Gary G. - Ohio, USA
I appreciated the depth.
Neil M. - Ontario, Canada
This gave me the building blocks of what I need to know to build my sandbox.
Richard W - Pennsylvania, USA
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