Arindam Sen

Arindam
Sen

Arindam Sen is a senior SQL Server DBA with American Power Conversion in West Kingston, Rhode Island. He has worked with SQL Server implementation for 5 years and is an MCDBA, an MCSE, an MCSA, an MCAD, and a Siebel 2000 and 7.0 Certified Consultant. He received an honorable mention in SQL Server Magazine's 2003 Innovator Awards.

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Monitoring the World
Learn how Innovator Awards grand-prize winner Arindam Sen created a monitoring, alerting, and reporting system that increased systems availability, boosted revenue, satisfied end-users and Sarbanes-Oxley auditors, and polished SQL Server's image.

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