Dear SQL Geeks, here comes another speaker from Microsoft who is a Subject Matter Expert for SQL Server Replication.
Join me in welcoming
Please join me in welcoming Akbar Farishta. He is a Subject matter Expert for SQL Server Replication and is working with Microsoft IGTSC for 10 years. I take the privilege of introducing him to the SQL community in Asia.
Akbar is an Escalation Engineer in Microsoft and is aligned with the SQL Server support for the past 10 years. He has a vast experience primarily in SQL Server Engine and Performance areas. He is also a Subject Matter Expert in SQL Replication. He works closely with the SQL product team on supportability of new features and bug fixing on existing features, thereby making SQL a better and preferred RDBMS choice.
I have had the privilege to work with Akbar when I was working with Microsoft and also later while working on few replication issues. He is the first person on floor everyone goes to when they have to deal with tough replication cases from customers.
Akbar along with Rishi Maini will be delivering a breakout session in DBA track at SQLServerGeeks Annual Summit 2015. Expect an amazing session from him!
If you are hungry for some expert DBA training, do not miss this incredible encounter with the Expert!
What does it mean for you? Simply put, this is once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear him, meet him and learn from the Expert!
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Honestly, our battery of speakers have moved to the NEXT LEVEL. BELIEVE IT. IT’S HAPPENING!
SQLServerGeeks Annual Summit will be a mega event – For the SQL Community, By the SQL Community, Of the SQL Community! And it is turning out to be a star studded event! Oh, actually, super-star studded event!