4th - 7th March 2015

ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre, London

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Allan Mitchell

Allan is the joint owner of Copper Blue Consulting Ltd.  I work with companies helping them to decide how best to store their data  Key/Value (Redis) Document (DocumentDB, Mongo) Relational (SQL Server) NoSQL (Hadoop/HBase) I also help customers to decide on whether a move to cloud based offerings makes sense. The Azure platform from Microsoft has a lot to offer and it isn't necessarily a Cloud/On Premise binary choice. Hybrid scenarios make a lot of sense too. I also work with customers who have large scale or interesting data movement requirements. This could be batch processes which are complex or real-time sensor and telemetry data. We offer training as well as consultancy.  www.Copper-Blue.com
http://www.Copper-Blue.com
Allan Mitchell has submitted 3 sessions for SQLBits XIV, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

Come to this session if you want to find out about Microsoft's Document storage option in the cloud. You will leave understanding what it is, why it exists and how to get started.
Need to search your data efficiently whilst in the cloud? This session introduces you to MSFT's highly scalable search solution in Azure
Want to do data transformations in the cloud? Been wondering when SSIS would port to the cloud? Azure Data Factory is not SSIS but a ground up rethink of moving data in Azure. Come to this session to understand more.

Previous Sessions

Loading Partitions directly Consuming a package in SSRS Using a DM algorithm in the pipeline to see if the new customer meets criteria Fuzzy Grouping for deduplicating
What has changed for the better and worse.
Using a predictive technology inside something that moves your data around really makes sense sometimes although not a lot of people are taking advantage of it. Let me show you how to use the two together
Using Excel as a Data Mining client is a very good move. Very visual and very easy to use.
A look at some of the things that make using SSIS in SQL Server 2008 a very good choice for your ETL requirements
Common Integration Services Problems and Solutions
Look deep under the covers at what is involved when building a StreamInsight application.
Event Stream Processing opens up a mass of opportunities for reacting to patterns in your data in realtime. This session shows you how.
Data Quality Services is a new product coming in the SQL Server Denali release of Microsoft SQL Server. Come to this session to understand how it can take your data cleansing to the next level.
More data, less time, storing everything. These ingredients mean it is becoming imperative we do not move the kitchen sink everytime we do our ETL Come to this session to find out how.
This session will look at SQOOP, PIG and HIVE. Three tools which are essential in your Big Data Toolbox. We'll look at what they do, how they do it and why you would want to use them