LA Data Platform

Welcome to the LA Data Platform (a.k.a. SQL Malibu SSUG)!

Join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month between 7:00PM and 9:00PM, where we network and discuss SQL Server topics. Our monthly meeting are FREE , casual and EVERYONE is welcome. Hope to see you very soon!!!


LA Data Platform invites you to attend
The MEGA SQL event in Los Angeles - 2019 SQL Saturday in Los Angeles!

SQL Saturday in LA

What is SQL Saturday? PASS SQL Saturday is a free 1-day training event for SQL Server professionals that focus on local speakers, providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions, and making it all happen through the efforts of volunteers.
Hundreds of SQL Server and other IT professionals will be in attendance. With 9 simultaneous tracks potentially offering 50+ sessions in anything from database administration to performance tuning as well as business intelligence and professional development conducted by MVP-grade speakers.
SQL Saturday is an invaluable learning and networking opportunity for SQL professionals and a great way to spend a Saturday.
RSVP here: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/891 

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Wednesday,

December

19

Why should I care about … partitioned views by Rick Lowe

  • In-Person & Online @ 13031 W Jefferson Blvd. Building 900 Los Angeles, CA , California, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 21:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

Why should I care about partitioned views Partitioned tables are awesome and partitioned views are dead, right? Well, sure partitioned views are not sexy but there are still plenty of applications where they are critical. And not necessarily just for standard edition who aren't on the new service pack yet. If your data is time stamped, do you see different queries run against older data than new data? Do you with you could segment your data across multiple columns? Do you have data you need to partition horizontally? It's possible partitioned views may still be for you. Come hear why this is still an important topic long after cargo pants and trucker hats went away & and possibly even after 2016 SP1.

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