Andrew is a SQL Server DBA, originally from Swansea, Wales but has been living in Dublin, Ireland for the last 5 years.

He blogs at dbafromthecold.com and has multiple articles published on SQLServerCentral.com and SQLShack.com.

He has spoken at multiple events in Europe and the US over the last year and really enjoys presenting on subjects that he has a passion for.

Andrew Pruski has submitted 6 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

As containers are becoming more and more prevalent, this session provides an overview to the technologies available in Azure.
Azure Container Instances are Microsoft's serverless offering allowing us to run containers in the cloud without having to manage VMs
Running SQL Server in containers has huge benefits for Data Platform professionals but there are challenges to running SQL Server in stand alone containers. This session will cover what those challenges are and how Kubernetes overcomes them.
As containers are becoming more and more prevalent, this session provides an overview to the technologies available in Azure.
Azure Container Instances are Microsoft's serverless offering allowing us to run containers in the cloud without having to manage VMs
Running SQL Server in containers has huge benefits for Data Platform professionals but there are challenges to running SQL Server in stand alone containers. This session will cover what those challenges are and how Kubernetes overcomes them.

Sessions

Previous Sessions

Containers are a new and exciting technology but what does it mean for DBAs? This session will give an introduction into SQL Server running in containers and what options are available.
Session will be aimed at Database Administrators\Developers who have not previously implemented partitioning within an OLTP database and is designed to give a overview into the concepts and implementation.
Provision dev databases quickly and easily using containers and clones