Ntirety President Michael Corey to Present at PASS SQL Saturday

Your company’s database is the one of the most resource-intensive applications you will ever have to virtualize. Just thinking about the process makes our clients anxious and causes their IT counterparts to experience plenty of sleepless nights. Best practices result in best performance, so why not learn from an industry thought leader with hundreds of implementations under his belt?

Join Michael Corey, President of Ntirety, a division of HOSTING, at Boston’s  PASS SQL Saturday  on Saturday, March 29th, at 4:00 pm EST. Michael’s presentation, “Virtualizing SQL Server: Doing it Right – The SeQuel,” will teach DBAs best practices for virtualizing SQL Server databases with a heavy emphasis on VMware. Bring your questions and learn the best methods for addressing design, storage, processor, and memory and network considerations.PASS SQL Saturday

Michael leverages his extensive experience and business savvy to manage and expand Ntirety into the premier remote DBA and database virtualization firm in the United States. An industry thought leader, Michael has written numerous articles and books on topics such as SQL Server 7 Data Warehousing, Oracle8 and Oracle8 Data Warehousing. Michael is a founder of the Professional Association of SQL Server and a member of the VMware Guru program.

Prior to Ntirety, Michael Corey founded Database Technologies (DBT), the first consulting company on the East Coast to specialize in Oracle and other relational databases. Under his direction, the company experienced triple-digit growth.

Attend “Virtualizing SQL Server: Doing it Right – The SeQuel”  and take the stress out of your next database virtualization project. You’ll sleep better. We promise.

PASS SQL Saturdays are free, one-day training events for SQL Server professionals that focus on local speakers and provide a variety of high-quality technical sessions. Visit their website for more information.


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