November 2019

September 28, 2020

MS SQL Platform & GDPR

Speaker: Ralph Attard Level: 200 Introducing SQL IP (SQL Information Protection) as a means to discover, classify, monitor, and audit potentially sensitive data. Announced in February 2018, it is available both on-prem and Azure SQL Databases. This ties in well with other technologies used to enhance privacy and address GDPR requirements within the Microsoft SQL […]

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September 28, 2020

PowerBI Embedded in Action

Speaker: Sławomir Zabłocki Level: 200 PowerBI Embedded for most of our customers is a term recognized but not too many could notice something more than possibilities to implement reports in the application. PowerBI Embedded could be a great alternative for small and medium companies as reporting solutions. During my session, I would like to convince […]

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September 28, 2020

What’s New in Business Intelligence – SQL Server 2019

Speaker: Sławomir Zabłocki Level: 200 SQL Server On-Premise is still the first of choice for some business types where data security concerns and low regulations limit options. There is a lot of information around about new SQL server database engine but what about Business Intelligence? With SQL Server 2019 there is a bunch of new […]

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September 28, 2020

Spatial Analysis With SQL Server, R and Power BI

Speaker: Andrea Martorana Tusa Level: 400 Everything in our world is located “somewhere” and is related to other things. Spatial analysis consists of studying these relationships to find out meaningful patterns and behaviors. Figure out, you’re looking for the best position to open a new store. It´s not only a matter of “where”, but also […]

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September 28, 2020

Opening Keynote: Data Professional in the Cloud Age

Speaker: Paweł Potasiński We live in the cloud age, no doubt. Practically every day we learn about new products and services in the field of data processing provided by leading public cloud providers – Microsoft, Google, and AWS. This situation is a curse and a blessing at the same time. We are not keeping up […]

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September 28, 2020

Why DBA Should Become a Power BI Ninja? Part 1

Speaker: Grzegorz Stolecki Level: 300 Tell us what happened yesterday between 2 and 3 pm? Server was almost dead, a simple report took 20 minutes to execute. Nightmare. As DBA you hear such questions very often. So you start to work.. You take tools like Data Collector or Query Store (maybe their databases, because you […]

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September 28, 2020

Why DBA Should Become a Power BI Ninja? Part 2

Speaker: Grzegorz Stolecki Level: 300 Tell us what happened yesterday between 2 and 3 pm? Server was almost dead, a simple report took 20 minutes to execute. Nightmare. As DBA you hear such questions very often. So you start to work. You take tools like Data Collector or Query Store (maybe their databases, because you […]

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September 28, 2020

Transaction Isolation Levels – That Could Be Funny

Speaker: Damian Widera Level: 300 Every developer and DBA should know way more beyond how the default transaction isolation level to make sure they know what to expect when working with them. I will present all of the levels and show you some surprising facts about them. We will go through various if deep demos […]

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September 28, 2020

Query Optimization on Steroids With SQL Server 2017/2019

Speaker: Damian Widera Level: 300 Adaptive or Intelligent? Maybe both? SQL Server 2017 has come into the light packed with automated query tuning based on the Query Store and Plan Cache. SQL Server 2019 has a lot more important features like =batch mode on rowstore, memory grant feedback, interleaved execution, adaptative joins, deferred compilation and […]

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September 28, 2020

Data Science for Everybody. Beware of What You Are Eating

Speaker: Damian Widera Level: 300 This is a session about practical approach to the data analysis. I do not know much about mushrooms but I know that some of them could be poisonous. But what about other mushrooms? Should I eat them or not? If you have the same doubts than you should attend the […]

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