The PASS Data Architecture Virtual Group focuses on data architecture concerns as they impact users, developers and DBAs on the Microsoft SQL Server platform.

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Call for Speakers and Volunteers

We are looking for presenters for the Data Architecture Virtual Chapter. Whether you have 10 minutes worth to discuss on a specific insight, or a raft of full-length decks ready to roll, we want to hear from you.

EMail us at davc@pass.org

Upcoming Meetings

Neil Hambly on Think you have the right Data-Type?

Thu, Feb 28 2013 12:00 (UTC-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)

RSVP: None

Think you have the right Data-Type?

Selecting the right Data-Type (DT) for data is key to efficient data storage, retrieval and processing, with over 30 different DT to choose from this isn’t as straight forward as you might think, have your also considered the usage pattern of the data in addition to its storage requirements This session explores the various data-types now available, we look at conversion’s between different DT’s as well as index sizes & effectiveness, compression and other factors can that influence these decisions, we finish off by discussing different approaches on ‘migrating’ a DT to a different DT, throughout the session we consider any performance considerations, such as when implicit conversions occur and more


Neil Hambly

Neil Hambly is a SQL Server consultant, founder & Consultant @ DataMovements a Microsoft Partner Data & Analytics Consulting company, previously roles at Northdoor PLC, ABN AMRO, Accenture, ASOS, BBC, Confio Software Neil has 18+ years in a variety of SQL Server roles Presented at 150+ events, at numerous usergroup and PASS events, PASS Summits & SQL Saturdays & many UK events (SQLBits, SQLRelay), Leader of PASS London (UK) & Professional Development VC, Melissa Data MVP, SQL Cruise Technical Lead who likes Guinness, Loves whisky and dancing.

 

Nutanix is now the Data Architecture Virtual Chapter sponsor. http://bit.ly/sqlonnutanix

 

 

Data Architecture underpins just about everything we do in IT. Without a clear understanding of how data is structured, there is no reliable way to derive meaning from it. Data Architecture drives the design and governance of data systems, and thus should be of interest to any data professional. Data Architecture provides the blue-prints that we all share, whether we be DBAs, data integration developers, database developers, data warehousing professionals, data presentation developers or client-side application developers persisting data for later retrieval.

 

 

 

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