May 2013 Las Vegas UG

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Published on: May 14, 2013

Spring is in the air, I think.

bbqWith that scent in the air, we have a nice juicy topic coming up this month for any and all that are interested.

Chad Crawford will be presenting to the group on the tastiness that is Service Broker.

Service Broker in Action

SQL Server Service Broker is a messaging framework built into the SQL Server engine. It enables SQL Server to handle messaging between servers and applications with light setup and overhead. The flexibility of the framework enables Service Broker to queue event notifications, task execution requests or other messages while leveraging the strength of SQL Server transaction management, reliability and recoverability. In this session we will see how to set up Service Broker, discuss case studies where it has been implemented in industry, and step through a practical example implementing an audit log.

Session Level: Intermediate

Chad Crawford’s BIO

Chad has been working with database engines for 14 years, the last 12 focused specifically on SQL Server. He has filled a variety of roles spanning architecture, development and administration. Chad is currently the Database Architect at Henry Schein Practice Solutions in American Fork. When he isn’t optimizing a query, you will find him running, dreaming about airplanes, or looking for a new strategy board game.

Meeting Details

Attendee URLhttps://www.livemeeting.com/cc/UserGroups/join?id=KWRMQ3&role=attend

Meeting ID: KWRMQ3

 

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