February Monthly CASSUG Meeting

Greetings, data enthusiasts!

Our February meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 13, at 5:30 pm!

This will be a hybrid meeting!

  • For those joining us in person, we will meet in person at Datto, 33 Tech Valley Drive, East Greenbush, NY.
  • For those joining us online, use the Zoom link to join the meeting. We will send out the passcode as we get closer to the date. You MUST RSVP for the Zoom link to be visible!

For more information and to RSVP, go to our Meetup event page at https://www.meetup.com/capital-area-sql-server-user-group/events/290678755/

Our meeting schedule is usually as follows:

  • 5:30 PM: Food, soft drinks, and networking
  • 6:15 PM: Chapter news and announcements
  • 6:30 PM: Presentation

We usually wrap up between 7:30 PM and 8:00 PM.

Thanks to Datto for sponsoring our event!

Our guest speaker for the month is John Morehouse!

Topic: Accelerated Database Recovery – A Deep Dive Behind the Magic
Hocus Pocus!

We have all heard the stories. Horror story after horror story being regaled from database administrators all over the world of waiting for hours or sometimes days for a rollback operation to complete. DBA’s hoping beyond hope that the rollback finishes soon before someone else gets the notion to reboot the server.

With the release of SQL Server 2019, a new talisman was conjured that will save us all from hearing about future horror stories. Accelerated Database Recovery or also known as “ADR”. This new mystical feature changes the way transaction rollback performs and will undoubtedly prove invaluable in your arsenals of magical tricks!

In this session, we’ll show you the secret behind it!

You will –

  • Learn about new components of the transaction log
  • Discover the magic behind ADR
  • Determine when you wouldn’t want to implement it

Don’t be the protagonist in a rollback horror story! After all, the time you save might be your own!


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