Last week, the long-awaited IT/Dev Connections Conference finally kicked off in the beautiful Aria hotel in Las Vegas. This gallery is a collection of some snapshots of the exciting SQL Server events that took place and some of the SQL experts and speakers who were there.
You've heard about IT/Dev Connections and already read about the full-day SQL Server sessions available. But what about the shorter sessions? Speakers like Jes Borland, Tim Chapman, and many more will be leading a slew of exciting and informative sessions.
Microsoft has recognized that most businesses are going to be sticking with their on-premises infrastructure for some time, and it has quite pragmatically come out with several hybrid cloud options that can be a real value to SQL Server customers.
Many organizations today cannot use public cloud solutions because of security concerns, administrative challenges and functional limitations. However, they still need a centralized platform where end users can conduct self-service analytics in an IT-enabled environment....More
It is crucial to move away from data and analytics stored on individual desktop computers. Today’s solutions must promote holistic, collective intelligence. The strong, continued alliance between Microsoft and Pyramid Analytics helps make all this possible....More
To become a truly data-driven enterprise, many business leaders recognize that they must extend the capabilities of self-service business intelligence (BI) and analytics to more of their business users. Many BI tools tackle part of this need, but they don’t offer a complete enterprise solution....More