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Secrets of SQL Server Webcast: You Inherited a Database, Now What?

Sponsored by - IDERA

Webcast Abstract

You Inherited a Database, Now What?

You have recently inherited the support of a new or existing database, what are the things you should immediately check and start monitoring and what are the things that you should address over the next few weeks. When taking over support of a database or system, you cannot ASSUME anything. At the end of this session you will have a nice checklist of things you should check and be doing on ALL your databases not just the one you inherited.

Whether you are a seasoned DBA or just starting out, this session should be informative and something you can relate to.

Speaker - Tim Radney

Tim Radney is a production DBA and manager for a large financial holding company and a Partner at Linchpin People LLC, author, and trainer. Over the past 15 years he has had roles from systems administrator working on Windows, Netware, Citrix and SQL Server to eventually becoming a lead database administrator. Tim holds certifications across many aspects of IT and is dedicated to paying it forward within the SQL Server community. He serves as the chapter leader for the Columbus GA SQL Users Group, is a PASS regional mentor for the Greater Southeast USA and is a regular speaker at SQL user groups and SQL Saturday's. Tim blogs at http://www.timradney.com

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