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Kevin Kline 
3/18/2015
What's New in SQL Server 2012 Relational Engine?
By Kevin Kline
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Wednesday, March 18th, 2015, 1:00 PM Eastern


Webcast Overview
 

Taken from the 2012 SSWUG Virtual Conference, this session is an overview of the big, new features across various aspects of the SQL Server relational engine in the 2012 release. With 2008R2 still being the most supported version among our members, this video can serve as a primer for those considering a version change. Topics covered include setup and configuration improvements, high-availability enhancements with Availability Groups, performance enhancements with Columnstore indexes and batch mode processing, security and auditing enhancements, and the all-new contained databases. In addition, Transact-SQL has seen a lot of new enhancements and additions in SQL Server 2012, while a few older, deprecated capabilities are also discussed.

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Webcast Structure and Cost

Upon registration, you will receive an email with instructions on how to test your system in order to view the webcast, as well as a link that will remain active for the seven-day, on-demand period.

The webcast is completely free. The cost of the DVD with registration or purchase of the webcast is an additional $20.00.

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Stephen Wynkoop 
3/12/2015
Understanding SQL Server Security
By Stephen Wynkoop
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Thursday, March 12th, 2015, 1:00 PM Eastern


Webcast Overview

In this highly-practical webcast presented by Stephen Wynkoop, we'll be going through the different points of security with SQL Server, including understanding injection, different types of malicious access attempts and data protection and encryption. Find out where different types of security fit into the overall model of protection and what areas in your own systems may need additional attention.

Webcast Structure and Cost

Upon registration, you will receive an email with instructions on how to test your system in order to view the webcast, as well as a link that will remain active for the 30-day, on-demand period.

The webcast is completely free.