Session 1: Quick Start to SQL Server Replication by Karthick PK (Microsoft)
Abstract:
Join Karthick PK, SQL Server Expert from Microsoft where he will talk about Replication types, configuring them & troubleshooting techniques; in his style.

Session 2: Unlocking the Locking mystery in SQL Server by Amit Bansal (President & Founder, SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP SQL Server)
Abstract:
What is the purpose of UPDATE locks? When are PAGE locks taken? What is partition-level locking and when does it happen? There are just too many mysteries that Amit will de-mystify and demo during this session. Not to miss!

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Session 1: SQL Server memory internals by Sanjiv Gore (Microsoft)
Abstract:
This session will provide overall understanding of SQL Server memory architecture and the concepts. Some tips, tricks, myth busting and demo.

Session 2: Lets attack Parallelly by Manohar Punna (Regional Mentor – Hyderabad, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Abstract:
From the introduction of Parallelism since SQL 7.0 there have been many misconceptions in understanding this powerful concept of SQL Server. This session will explain the detailed functionality of MaxDOP and Cost Threshold for Parallelism, two very important configuration parameters for SQL and most importantly DEMOs.

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Session 1: Optimisation from the field by Ahmad Osama (Regional Mentor – Delhi NCR, SQLServerGeeks.com) (Microsoft)
Abstract:
Optimise a real world stored procedure.

Session 2: Cracking Execution Plans – SQL 2012 by Sarabpreet Singh Anand (Vice President SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP)
Abstract:
This session is for all IT Pros\Dev who are responsible for Writing Queries, Business Logic, optimizing Code or simply want to understand what’s happening under the Hood while a query executes & how it is being executed. Learn with the help of Demos how to get the Execution Plans & how to analyse the Pain areas.

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Session 1: BIG DATA | The Next Step by Sudhir Rawat (Microsoft)
Abstract:
At last session, Mr. Ranjan talked about data growth in various domain. He showed data growth in various businesses. To continue from there, in this talk we’ll explore the platform to handle such a huge data. We’ll explore how/what/why different services working behind the scene. We’ll also demo Microsoft platform to handle it.

Session 2: Peace of Mind with Extended Events by Amit Bansal (President & Founder, SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP SQL Server)
Abstract:
Troubleshooting SQL Server performance has never been so easy. In this demo-heavy session Amit will show you various performance issues and how to troubleshoot them with Extended Events. You will learn techniques that weren’t possible with profiler or otherwise. It’s indeed peace of mind.

Session 3: The Power of BI with Excel 2013 by Nishant Thacker (Microsoft)
Abstract:
In this session we explore various tools within the Excel environment for BI professionals. Ranging from Self-service BI to Team BI and Enterprise BI consuming data from a variety of sources including Big Data. Join us on this journey to see why Excel is now the tool of choice for Power Users. We’ll dive PowerPivot, Power View, Power Map and Power Query to determine how you can use these in your BI environments to enrich the information delivery and analytics.

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Session 1: In-Memory OLTP by Manohar Punna (Regional Mentor – Hyderabad, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Abstract:
The long awaited, memory optimized tables are finally out. This is the first session of many to follow series of SQL 2014 new features. Excited!!!

Session 2: Things that you don’t know about SQL Server 2012 by Amit Bansal (President & Founder, SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP SQL Server)
Abstract:
When it comes to SQL 2012, everyone talks about AG groups or Columnstore Index or other popular features. Yes, they are awesome. But there are other cool features with SQL 2012 that are lesser known and this session is going to evangelize them. This session will have something for a Developer, a BI professional and a DBA. Come and explore some lesser known gems in SQL 2012.

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Session 1:Troubleshooting from the field part 2 by Ahmad Osama (Regional Mentor – Delhi NCR, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Abstract:
Using sqldiag and SQLnexus to troubleshoot SQL server.

Session 2: How to configure AlwaysON by Sarabpreet Singh Anand (Vice President SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP)
Abstract:
Attend this session to understand ABC of deadlocks why they occur how to detect and troubleshoot.

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Session 1: Introduction to Big Data by Ranjan Bhattacharjee & Sudhir Rawat, Microsoft

Session 2: New Analytical Functions in SQL Server 2012 by Sandip Pani (Regional Mentor – Bangalore, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Abstract:
In this session I’ll be exploring all of the below new analytical functions of SQL server 2012.
(CUME_DIST ,LEAD ,LAG ,FIRST_VALUE,LAST_VALUE ,PERCENTILE_CONT,PERCENTILE_DISC,PERCENT_RANK)

I’ll be explaining how this functions works , How we were achieving the same functionality in earlier versions and now how simple it is to achieve the same.

Session 3: Tabular Modeling for DBAs by Karan Gulati, Microsoft

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Session 1: Troubleshooting from the field by Ahmad Osama (Regional Mentor – Delhi NCR, SQLServerGeeks.com)
Abstract:
Come and troubleshoot some of the common yet difficult sql server issues.

Session 2: How to configure AlwaysON by Sarabpreet Singh Anand (Vice President SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP)
Abstract:
AlwaysON is a new feature introduced in SQLServer 2012 which provides the capability of both HA as well as DR. In this session Sarab will show you step by step how to configure and use AlwaysON.

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Session 1: SQL Server memory architecture and debugging memory errors by Karthick PK (Microsoft)
Abstract:
Session will cover the architecture of SQL Server memory management, troubleshooting the SQL Server memory errors, identifying memory leaks and how to configure SQL Server memory efficiently.

Session 2: Panel Discussion (open ended) on SQL Server & Microsoft Data Platform (Karthick PK (Microsoft), Sudhir Rawat (Microsoft), Nishant Thacker (Microsoft), MVP Amit Bansal)

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Session 1: Creating SQL Server Performance Baseline by Sarabpreet Singh Anand, (Vice President SQLServerGeeks.com, MVP)
Abstract:
Are you facing performance problems in your environment? You find it difficult to create performance baseline or tracking different counters via Profiler? You have the data but don’t really know how to use that data to create a baseline and analyse the delta in values? If your answer is yes then come and attend this Free Community session by SQLServerGeeks.com where Sarabpreet Singh Anand will explain different ways to capture the data and creating the baseline.

Session 2: Panel Discussion (open ended) on SQL Server & Microsoft Data Platform (MVP Amit Bansal, MVP Sarabpreet, MVP Dhananjay Kumar)

Session 3: Introduction – Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award Programby Tanmay Kapoor, (Microsoft)
Abstract:
There are millions of people who work on technology. But among those millions, there are very few who are helping others selflessly by sharing their knowledge in various forms like blogs, talks, webcasts etc. And all these are driven through their passion towards the technology. 20 Years back Microsoft initiated a way to recognize these amazing individuals for their outstanding contributions in technical communities and that’s the MVP Award.

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Session 1: SQLServerGeeks.com webcast (Always On – Introducing the Next Generation High Availability Solution in SQL Server 2012 by Amit Bansal)
Abstract:
In this demo-heavy session, Amit will show case the new high availability solution in SQL Server 2012, called AlwaysOn. The session provides an overview of AlwaysOn and introduces the key new features and capabilities that will help businesses achieve the high availability SLA for mission critical applications. Amit will run his demos on 4 clustered Hyper-V VMs – you cannot afford to miss this !

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