Founder of Shadowland Consulting. In January 2015 decided to permanently leave Poland and discover new worlds. Actually settled in West Bridgford (England). Community leader focused on SQL Server, SharePoint, security, collaboration, and ITIL, DR, BCM and SLA. Love licensing stuff. Microsoft Certified Trainer. Freelancer and consultant. Subject Matter Expert at CQURE. Conducts audit projects, consulting and implementation in Poland and across Europe. Member of Microsoft Terminology Community, Friends of RedGate PLUS, PASS, ISSA, ACM and several communities in the world. Member of the boards: Polish Information Processing Society & Information Systems Security Association (Poland's Chapter).
Since 1st July 2010 MVP for SQL Server (actually Data Platform MVP). Former President of the Polish SQL Server USer Group. Creator of SQLDAY Conference and Conference CEO 2009-2011. Co-Leader of PASS East Midlands Group. Speaker at group meetings and conferences (SQL Day, SQL Saturday, SQL Bits, SQL Connections, InfoTRAMS, CarreerCon, SharePoint Community Launch, Time for SharePoint, SQL Server Community Launch, IT Academic Day, Code Camp, ITCamp).
Co-Author SQL Server MVP Deep Dives Volume II and author of few articles on Microsoft TechNET, IT portals and magazines. Owner of several blogs: IT Pro, aimed at the SQL and SharePoint, a blog about licensing, and three private blogs. In his spare time journalist and music critic, photographer and concert promoter collaborating with ArtRock.pl and Verband Junger-Journalist Berlin Brandenburgen. Amateur in swimming, hiking and cycling.
It's 2AM and Disaster just began... In this session I want to discuss about best practices for surviving disaster, based on my experience in few years in data center. I presented this session as Lightning Talks in Liverpool. Now is the time for full
2AM. We sleeping well. And our mobile ringing and ringing. Message: DISASTER! In this session (on slides) we are NOT talk about potential disaster (such BCM); we talk about: What happened NOW?