RDX to Sponsor SQL Saturday #736 in Columbus
Warrendale, Pennsylvania July 10, 2018 Technology News(PRLEAP.COM) PITTSBURGH – July 10, 2018 –RDX, the industry leader of remote data infrastructure services, is a Bronze sponsor of SQL Saturday #736, which will take place in Columbus on July 28, 2018. In addition to a sponsorship, RDX will have representation from Sr. SQL Server DBA, Peter Shore, a co-organizer of the event, and Azure Cloud Solutions Expert, Jim Donahoe, who will be speaking.
Held in cities across the globe throughout the year, SQL Saturdays are one-day training events for SQL Server professionals of all skill levels. "Peter and Jim are very valuable members of the RDX team," said Chief Revenue Officer, Rob Brown. "Peter is an active member of the Columbus PASS community and is working hard to ensure that SQL Saturday Columbus attendees have a great experience. Jim is one of our top cloud experts and participates in numerous SQL Saturdays across the US. RDX is happy to support their community outreach efforts by sponsoring SQL Saturday #736."
Jim's speaking session titled Getting Started with SQL Azure Database: What You Need to Know will be held from 9:45-10:45 AM in Room 1. During the presentation, Jim will show DBAs who are new to Azure some tips and best practices to help them properly set up their SQL Azure database. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge they need to set up their SQL Azure databases with ease.
SQL Saturday #736 will be held at Otterbein University and is free to attend. For more details and registration information, please visit RDX's SQL Saturday Columbus page.
About RDX [Remote DBA Experts]
Founded in 1994, RDX is one of the largest independent providers of database infrastructure and cloud management services in North America. The Company provides 24x7, 100% US-based managed services to hundreds of clients, both on premise and in the cloud. RDX supports a wide range of cloud environments including Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, and Oracle DB Cloud; database environments including Oracle, SQL Server, MYSQL, PostgreSQL, DB2 and MongoDB; and operating systems including Windows and all major UNIX/Linux offerings.