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The Road to "Yukon": A Sneak Peek at the Future of Microsoft SQL

Date : Apr 28, 2004
Start Time : 12 p.m. Eastern
Length : 00:52:58

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The next generation of Microsoft's SQL Server information management solution will deliver increased scalability, availability, and security to enterprise data and analytical applications while making them easier to create, deploy, and manage. Benefits will come in three key areas: enterprise data management, developer productivity, and business intelligence. Find out what the future of SQL Server means to your library.

Join Michael Acosta for his second presentation with the Dynix Institute, a follow up to his November 2003 guest presentation at the Customers of Dynix Inc. user group conference in Salt Lake City, UT, where he spoke on business intelligence solutions for libraries.

Michael Acosta ?Developer Specialist, Microsoft

Michael Acosta is a Developer Specialist with Microsoft and has a broad background in software development and electronic commerce. His experience includes ethical hacking, large-scale Web application development, home-grown security utilities, and several successful application service provider solutions.

Prior to joining Microsoft, Michael ran his own consulting company specializing in n-tier application development and data warehousing technologies. During that time, Michael authored commercial extensions to the Microsoft Data Warehousing Framework, including several XML-based metadata management tools.

In his current role with Microsoft, Michael is involved with several dozen local ISVs to facilitate the development of .NET applications, data warehousing solutions, and XML Web Services.