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Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Lee is a SQL Server Database Administrator who got his start with SQL Server back in 2009. He earned an MCTS certification on SQL Server 2008 and recently passed the AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals and DP-900 Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals certifications.
Lee blogs at LeeMarkum.com and he loves finding and experimenting with new features in SQL Server. High availability and disaster recovery as well as performance monitoring and troubleshooting are of special interest to Lee. He is also a co-organizer of the Saint Charles SQL Server Meetup Group.
Maybe your SQL Server 2005 instance is running just fine. Why mess with a good thing, right? Well, there is so much your business could be taking advantage of if a newer version of SQL Server was behind those applications. Maybe you're on a recent version of SQL Server but you're not sure what it can do. Either way, this presentation is for you.
See some great new features that can improve high availability and disaster recovery, save your developers time by writing more efficient T-SQL, keep your data safer, or make your DBA or Data Engineer happier because performance is better, and troubleshooting is easier.
22 Oct 2021