Speaking at SQLIntersection Orlando 2020
I’m very pleased to announce that I will be speaking at SQL Intersection April 2020! This is my first time speaking at SQL Intersection and I’m very excited to be doing so!
<p> Speaking at SQL Intersection means so much to me because in 2014 I got my first exposure to the SQL Server community via <a href="https://www.sqlskills.com/">SQLskills</a> and their training. Then to follow up on their training workshops I attended my very first IT conference, SQL Intersection and now I get to come back as a speaker. Let’s just say, I’m a little excited!!! </p> <p> Now as for the sessions…lots of content here on SQL Server on Linux, Containers and Kubernetes…check them out! <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/?track=sql">Click here to register!</a> </p> <p> <strong>Full Day Workshop</strong> </p> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/workshop/Kubernetes%20Zero%20to%20Hero:%20Installation,%20Configuration,%20and%20Application%20Deployment/4175"><strong>Kubernetes Zero to Here: Installation, Configuration and Application Deployment</strong></a> </p> <blockquote> <p> Modern application deployment needs to be fast and consistent to keep up with business objectives and Kubernetes is quickly becoming the standard for deploying container-based applications, fast. In this day-long session, we will start with an architectural overview of a Kubernetes cluster and how it manages application state. Then we will learn how to build a production-ready cluster. With our cluster up and running, will learn how to interact with our cluster, common administrative tasks, then wrap up with how to deploy applications and SQL Server. At the end of the session, you will know how to set up a Kubernetes cluster, manage a cluster, deploy applications and databases, and how to keep everything up and running. </p> <p> Workshop Objectives: </p> <ul> <li> Introduce Kuberentes Cluster Components </li> <li> Introduce Kubernetes API Objects and Controllers </li> <li> Installing <span style="background-color: #ffffff;">Kubernetes</span> </li> <li> Interacting with your cluster </li> <li> Storing persistent data in Kubernetes </li> <li> Deploying Applications in Kubernetes </li> <li> Deploying SQL Server in Kubernetes </li> <li> High Availability SQL Server scenarios in Kubernetes </li> </ul> </blockquote> <p> <strong>General Sessions</strong> </p> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/session/Containers%20%E2%80%93%20It's%20Time%20to%20Get%20On%20Board/4365"><strong>Containers – It’s Time to Get on Board</strong></a> </p> <blockquote> <p> Containers are taking over, changing the way systems are developed and deployed…and that’s not hyperbole. Just imagine if you could deploy SQL Server or even your whole application stack in just minutes? You can do that, leveraging containers! In this session, we’ll get your started on your container journey, learn some common container scenarios and introduce container orchestration with Kubernetes. </p> <p> In this session we’ll look at </p> <ul> <li> Container Fundamentals </li> <li> Common Container Scenarios </li> <li> Running SQL Server in a Container </li> <li> Container Orchestration with Kubernetes </li> </ul> </blockquote> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/session/Containers%20%E2%80%93%20Continued!/4366"><strong>Containers – Continued!</strong></a> </p> <blockquote> <p> You’ve been working with containers in development for a while, benefiting from the ease and speed of the deployments. Now it’s time to extend your container-based data platform’s capabilities for your production scenarios.<br />In this session, we’ll look at how to build custom containers, enabling you to craft a container image for your production system’s needs. We’ll also dive deeper into operationalizing your container-based data platform and learn how to provision advanced disk topologies, seed larger databases, implement resource control and understand performance concepts. </p> <p> By the end of this session, you will learn what it takes to build containers and make them production ready for your environment. </p> <ul> <li> Custom container builds with Features </li> <li> Advanced disk configurations </li> <li> Backups/restores </li> <li> Seeding larger databases </li> <li> Backup restore into the container from a mounted volume </li> <li> Resource control </li> <li> Container Restart Policy </li> <li> Container based performance concepts </li> </ul> </blockquote> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/session/Linux%20OS%20Fundamentals%20for%20the%20SQL%20Admin/4364"><strong>Linux OS Fundamentals for the SQL Admin</strong></a> </p> <blockquote> <p> Do you manage SQL Server but have developers using Linux? It’s time to take the leap to understand and communicate better with your Linux peers! You might be a Windows / SQL Server Admin but both SQL Server and PowerShell are now available on Linux. You can manage ALL of these technologies more effectively now. Don’t fear! Linux is just an operating system! While it feels different, it still has all the same components as Windows! In this session, I’ll show you that. We will look at the Linux operating system architecture and show you how to interact with and manage a Linux system. By the end of this session, you’ll be ready to go back to the office and get started working with Linux with a fundamental understanding of how it works. </p> </blockquote> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/session/Monitoring%20Linux%20Performance%20for%20the%20SQL%20Server%20Admin/4403"><strong>Monitoring Linux Performance for the SQL Server Admin</strong></a> </p> <blockquote> <p> Taking what you learned in our Fundamentals session one step further, we will continue and focus on the performance data you’re used to collecting on Windows! We’ll dive into SQLPAL and how the Linux architecture / internals enable high performance for your SQL Server. By the end of this session you’ll be ready to go back to the office and have a solid understanding of performance monitoring Linux systems and SQL on Linux. We’ll look at the core system components of CPU, Disk, Memory, and Networking monitoring techniques for each and look some of the new tools available from DMVs to DBFS. </p> <p> In this session we’ll cover the following </p> <ul> <li> System resource management concepts, CPU, disk, memory and networking </li> <li> Introduce SQLPAL architecture and internals and how its design enables high performance for SQL Server on Linux </li> <li> Baselining and benchmarking </li> </ul> </blockquote> <p> </p> <p> <a href="https://www.sqlintersection.com/#!/?track=sql"><img loading="lazy" style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" title="SQLint20_1024x512_NOCENTINO.jpg" src="/images/2020/02/Recording-DeskSQLint20_1024x512_NOCENTINO.jpg" alt="SQLint20 1024x512 NOCENTINO" width="512" height="256" border="0" /></a> </p>