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      Symantec Event: Best Practices for Managing SQL Server Performance with Symantec i3
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      Oct. 24, 2006»Jacksonville, FL
      Oct. 25, 2006»Orlando, FL
      Oct. 26, 2006»Tampa Bay, FL

      11:30am: Arrival & Registration

      11:45am: Lunch

      12:00pm - 1:00pm: Presentation "Best Practices for Managing SQL Server Performance with Symantec i³"

      1:00 - 1:30pm: Dessert and Q&A

      Join Symantec and enterprise database expert Jeff Garbus* in a discussion about improving the performance of business-critical applications running on Microsoft® SQL Server.

      For years, Microsoft users have been searching for ways to gain “true” visibility into ways to identify, corroborate, and drill down to root-cause performance issues across all tiers within an application’s transaction path. Mr. Garbus provides insight into common challenges faced by application managers and database administrators in pinpointing the root cause of application slowdowns.

      During his discussion, he highlights how Symantec i³ for SQL Server addresses these challenges and enables IT organizations to address performance problems before they affect their end-users.

      At this seminar you will learn how to:
      » Optimize: Your existing Microsoft application infrastructure
      » Link: Your application performance metrics to your business
      » Extend: Your application performance visibility across IT functions

      * Biography: Jeff Garbus, CEO , Soaring Eagle Consulting
      Jeff has been consulting on and performing technical training for MS SQL Server since 1989, Version 4, on OS/2. Since then, he has worked extensively with each release of the product, specializing in performance and tuning, from concept through legacy system, on systems of all sizes, from small start-up company applications to multi-terabyte data warehouses. He has been working on large-scale systems for most of that time, having tuned a 100-gig/week throughput application on MS SQL Server 6. Jeff’s background includes work experience from PCs to Mainframes and back again, in all aspects of IT, from developer, to DBA Manager, to IT Executive. His specialty is performance and tuning with a special emphasis on large-scale projects with very large databases. He is very well known in the industry, having spoken at user conferences and user groups for many years, written articles and columns for many magazines nationally and internationally, as well as having written over a dozen books.

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