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Quest EMPOWER 2022 - Data Operations

The Quest EMPOWER 2022 online summit was a great success. While the live event is over, you now have the opportunity to view all these great sessions on-demand. You can still gain all the insights, hear all the best practices and learn the key strategies data veterans are employing for data intelligence, data governance and data operations.

Watch two full days’ worth of sessions with industry thought leaders like Stewart Bond, Donna Burbank, Pinal Dave and Brent Ozar, as well as Quest customers, as they share real-world data challenges and successes. The Day 1 sessions focus on Data Intelligence and Governance and Day 2 sessions focus on Data Operations.

Whether you’re a CDO, IT or data leader, data steward, analyst, architect, DBA or developer, you’ll take away new ideas to tackle data management, fuel data intelligence, and drive data empowerment throughout your organization.

You can also discover these additional Day 1 and Day 2 resources to help you get EMPOWERed.

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On Demand

Nov.

2

Join Bharath Vasudevan, Vice President of Quest ISM Product Management, for this opening day 2 Quest EMPOWER keynote session geared to all in IT who oversee, design, develop, deploy and manage the data sources and pipelines that deliver the data needed to drive business results. Bharath will share how data operations is accelerating data empowerment throughout the many leading data-driven organizations Quest works with today and the criticality of automation to its success.

On Demand

Nov.

2

In this session, Foglight customer, Anthony Stephens with TransUnion - a global consumer credit reporting agency, will highlight his experience with Foglight for Databases and Foglight Performance Investigator and how the product has impacted their business.

In this question-and-answer session, Anthony will discuss how he has experienced:

  • Clear visibility into critical database performance across multiple platforms and domains 
  • Built-in intelligence, offering database health and activity at a glance
  • Simplified SQL Server performance tuning 
  • Granular control over alerts, system analysis and reporting
  • And more

On Demand

Nov.

2

Your company has an array of different SQL Servers including in-house apps, third party apps, a data warehouse, and more. They're a mish-mash of different versions, configurations, and high availability choices. How are you supposed to translate all these different servers into the right cloud requirements?

In this session, Microsoft Certified Master Brent Ozar will lay out simple rules for classifying your different kinds of servers so you can quickly assess which cloud services you need. This session will be vendor-agnostic. Brent doesn't really care whether you choose Amazon, Azure, or Google, and will include options for all of them. Finally, he'll also show you how to tell which of your servers you need to be worried about because they'll require extra attention during their migrations. This session is geared to help technical team members succeed in planning migration projects.

On Demand

Nov.

2

Every organization wants applications to run faster and, at the same time, wants to reduce the cost of the operation. While DBAs and Developers want more resources, so their queries do not face performance bottlenecks, CIOs/CTOs and IT Managers are looking for opportunities to reduce costs. Unlike on-premises infrastructure setup, every resource on the cloud has recurring expenses. In this session, we will focus on how to tune our queries and servers to run highly efficiently with limited resources when deployed to the cloud. At the same time, IT Managers will learn valuable insight about cost savings without compromising performance.

On Demand

Nov.

2

The rise of the importance and proliferation of data has rapidly expanded and evolved the role of the data engineer. Join Julie Hyman, Quest senior product manager, to take a look at this critical area of data competence for data-driven organizations. Learn how the intersection of traditional data analysis and data warehousing is combining with the modern efficiencies of data pipeline management and data orchestration to help IT teams deliver faster to the business.

On Demand

Nov.

2

Your organization’s data empowerment requires a rock-solid data operations foundation. Being able to efficiently modernize data infrastructure, optimize systems performance, and speed the design, development and delivery of applications needed by the business are hallmarks of a strong IT organization. Join Michael O’Donnell and discover the Quest technology solutions you can pair with data operations initiatives to successfully design, build, and operate the data structures, database systems, and data pipelines that best support your business needs today and into the future.