DAMA-PS February Chapter Meeting
Wednesday, February 15th
NEW LOCATION: Silver Cloud Hotel Broadway
1100 Broadway, Seattle
The Art and Science of Designing Mission Critical Database Systems
From simple failover to complex distributed systems, how to understand and pick the best architecture for your mission critical database systems.
When asked to design a critical database system, too many people pick a High Availability feature and then design the solution around it. This usually results in a costly and disappointing design. In this session we will discuss the five basic archetypes for mission critical database systems, as well as the history of some of the more interesting and less often used availability options. You will also get a glimpse of how some of the largest mission critical systems are created using a distributed model where redundancy replaces failover. While you may not be able to revisit your current designs right away, what you learn will improve how you approach thinking about making your database systems as fail-proof as possible.
What You Will Learn:
* Learn the big picture of creating a highly available database systems which are built from the five core types of availability functionality.
* Receive a basic understanding of the underlying technical challenges for failover and how these affect various implementations available today
* Get exposure to the rarely-seen super-scale class of database systems which use massive parallelism to provide the highest levels of availability and uptime.
About the Speaker:
Max Myrick is a database consultant whose experience includes 16 years at Microsoft with 5 years on the SQL Server development team where he ran the SQL Customer Lab and then the Sustained Engineering team. He was a founding member of Microsoft's Mission Critical team where he worked with the largest database applications on that platform worldwide for almost a decade. Max was a regular speaker for Microsoft and has continued to speak at PASS and other SQL conferences since becoming a managing partner of SQLHA LLC where he continues to design and build mission critical database systems for customers worldwide.
Time: 6 - 8:15 p.m.
Dinner Starts at 6:25 p.m.
Presentation Starts at 7 p.m.
The attached parking voucher can be placed in dashboard during the event. DAMA Parking Pass 2.15.17.pdf
TAKE NOTE: The February Chapter Meeting will occur on a WEDNESDAY with a NEW LOCATION.