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.
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Sharing experiences

  • In-Person @
  • 19:00 - 21:00 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

This month we are going to do something different. Instead of a speaker session, we are going to have a sharing experiences session. We will talk about database related problems we are currently experiencing, discuss it and try to collectively solve it. Bring on all your griviances with the Microsoft SQL Server product and let's talk! :) Proposed topic #1: "When you take a backup of a database that has a specific set of permissions and you restore it to another server where maybe that login doesn't exist. What happens? For example "user1" has a login on server A, but not on server B, but "user1" can access server B because she is a member of an AD group. A DBA takes a backup from server A and restores it to server B. So, would those permissions that "user1" had on server A to the database that has now been restored to server B transfer with the restore?

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