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IDPA-Des Moines “Introducing SQL Server 2022 by Bob Ward (pre-recorded session)”
March 7, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm CST
**This meeting will be 100% online, there will be no in person meeting **
The Des Moines branch of the Iowa Data Professionals (IDPA) will meet this Monday, March 7, with meeting presentation starting at 6:00 PM Central Time (23:00 UTC).
Announcement: Our intended speaker was not able to join us. We are improvising with a pre-recorded session, so as not to cancel our meeting. It has been a few months since we met as a group. Let's keep connected, even briefly. (Juan Moya, Local Group Leader)
I will start the Microsoft Teams Meeting at 5:30 PM Central Time (22:30 UTC), and will admit attendees to join before the main presentation. Feel free to connect, eat your dinner, discuss events in your SQL Server profession, renew friendships, and if you like stay for the pre-recorded session.
At 5:50 PM, we present Local Group Announcements.
At 6:00 PM Central Time (23:00 UTC) we will stream Bob Ward's pre-recorded presentation “Introducing SQL Server 2022” from the PASS Data Community Summit 2021 Session Catalog.
“SQL Server 2022 is here! In this session, I'll go over all the new capabilities in SQL Server 2022 including how to connect with Azure for disaster recovery, near real-time analytics, and security. I will show you innovations in the database engine for security, performance, and availability including SQL Server Ledger. You will learn about enhancements to Query Store and the next generation of Intelligent Query Processing allowing you to gain performance with no code changes. You will love the demo for this one! I'll also show you new extensions for the T-SQL language including data virtualization object storage, JSON functions, and time-series. Experts from the SQL Server engineering team will join me live to answer all of your questions. This is the session you won't want to miss at the PASS Data Community Summit to learn about SQL Server 2022.”
Bob Ward, Principal Architect, Microsoft