Keyhole To Sponsor SQL Saturday Kansas City

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We are pleased to announce that Keyhole Software is a sponsor of the 2016 SQL Saturday Kansas City. SQL Saturday is a one-day, free training opportunity for SQL Server professionals and learners on September 24, 2016.

SQL Saturday training events take place in cities across the globe; this is the seventh SQL Saturday event to take place in Kansas City. The event is held at Rockhurst University’s Arrupe Hall at 1100 Rockhurst Road, Kansas City, MO 64110.

Keyhole’s Chase Aucoin is presenting a session at this event, titled “Microdata for Microservices:”

Applications continue to get more complicated and distributed as inexpensive hardware becomes more and more ubiquitous. Currently the trend is to lead more toward a microservice paradigm when it comes to large-scale application development.

The missing piece of the puzzle for most companies when it comes to microservices is “How does data fit in?” I hope to answer that question and give you and your organization some strategies on handling massive amounts of data and massive amounts of productivity in a highly concurrent/maintainable way.

A snapshot of other topics include Understanding Azure SQL Data Warehouse; What is new in SQL Server 2016 for DBAs?; I’m It – Survival Techniques for the Lone DBA; Near real time analytics with Azure Stream Analytics; and more.

This event is free to attend, but does require ticket registration. Get more information and register at: http://www.sqlsaturday.com/.

About Keyhole Software

Keyhole Software is a Midwest-based software development and consulting firm with a team that loves technology. Our expert employee consultants excel as “change agents,” helping our clients to be successful with software technologies that bring competitive advantage.

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