L.A. SQL Server Professionals Group

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Next Meeting

Wednesday,

April

03

Simon Cho & Karthik Kumar: [Step By Step] SQL Server on Container? What is Kubernetes?

  • In-Person @ Fertitta Hall, Room 240 Los Angeles, California, United States (map)
  • 06:00 - 09:00 Pacific Daylight Time
  • Language: English

LA SQL Server Professional Group Presents:

[Step By Step] SQL Server on Container? What is Kubernetes?
Docker and Kubernetes are becomes very hot industry since last couple of years. 
SQL Server used to run only on Physical machine.
Now, it's not any stranger or wrong that SQL server runs on a VM.
This session is designed for understanding about containers and how SQL server could run on a container.
There are 2 types of applications, Stateless and Stateful.
We will go over the difference between them and will deliver the detail cases how SQL server could adjust in a Container environment.  
Therefore, developer or DBA could choose better architecture in various conditions.  
Within this session will cover what the market demand is and what SQL server can do on the demand.
Presented by:
Simon Cho:
Simon is one of founder for SQLAngeles.com which is Los Angeles Korean Tech community group in SQLPass.org.  As a chapter leader, he is a MS SQL community speaker. He has presented many times in SQL Saturday and in SQLPass chapters.  In the past, he led a database team and managed hundreds of SQL servers and DWs on VM environment in Gaming industry which hold a world record of concurrent users.  
He moved his passion to VISA Inc., the largest credit card provider in the world, he led a database technology to build a strong solution and a secure environment with new strategies and features to maintain thousands of SQL servers.  
He joined back to Nowcom Corp, as a Director of DevOps. He is leading the DevOps team and DBA team to adapt new technologies and CICD automation.  
Karthik Kumar:  
Karthik is a Database Professional, with past extensive experience in building and managing SQL Server databases for Realtor.com application, a leading website in Real Estate industry for National Association of Realtors (NAR). He worked for LPS services (now acquired by Fidelity), a leading provider of mortgage processing, and settlement services etc., and managed mission critical databases for them. 
Currently working as a Database Lead for Nowcom Corp managing day to day database operations, mentoring and leading a group of Database Engineers and responsible for quality of product from the database side. 

Directions: 
https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/directions-to-uscs-main-entrance/
University Park Campus Public Transportation: 
Take the metro rail and get off at the Expo Park/USC Station 
https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/university-park-campus-public-transportation/ 
Parking: 
https://visit.usc.edu/maps-directions/university-park-campus/public-parking/ 
We recommend NOT parking on the street!  
Metered parking is available, and you can check here: https://www.parkopedia.com/ 
Also, you can park at Grand Avenue Parking structure, located at 3401 Grand Avenue, enter off of 35th street east of Grand Avenue.  Parking is $2/hour, max 8 hours.  From there, catch the USC bus, and get off at the Gate 2 Pardee Entrance.  The bus runs every 15 minutes between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM. And every 20 minutes between 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM -10:00 PM.  
For bus information: http://transnet.usc.edu/index.php/bus-map-schedules/
Campus Map: https://web-app.usc.edu/maps/

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