Category Archives : Events


SQLSaturday #291, Chicago

Date: April 26, 2014 Title: SQL Audit – Auditing doesn’t have to be boring Abstract: Let’s face it, auditing isn’t fun. But if you’re a DBA, you need to know what’s going on in your SQL Server instance. Fortunately, SQL Audit makes it easy. In this session, we’ll cover what you can and can’t audit […]


SQLSaturday #241, Cleveland 4

Date: February 8, 2013 Title: SQL Audit – Auditing doesn’t have to be boring Abstract: Let’s face it, auditing isn’t fun. But if you’re a DBA, you need to know what’s going on in your SQL Server instance. Fortunately, SQL Audit makes it easy. In this session, we’ll cover what you can and can’t audit […]


SQLSaturday #204, Detroit

Date: March 16, 2013 Session 1 Title: SQL Audit – Auditing doesn’t have to be boring Abstract: Let’s face it, auditing isn’t fun. But if you’re a DBA, you need to know what’s going on in your SQL Server instance. Fortunately, SQL Audit makes it easy. In this session, we’ll cover what you can and […]


SQLSaturday #171, Pittsburgh

Date: October 6, 2012 Title: Searching for the Holy Grail of DDL Auditing Abstract: Who altered this view and how? When was that index created? What happened to my stored procedure? From SQL Trace to SQL Audit and everything in between, we’ll explore various methods of auditing events in SQL Server, how they work, and […]


SQLSaturday #160, Kalamazoo

Date: September 22, 2012 Title: So I started this blog…now what? Abstract: Ever thought about trying your hand at blogging? Or maybe you’ve started a blog but struggle with what to write about. We’ll take a beginner’s look at blogging and examine what makes a great blog, finding topics, finding your voice, building authority and […]