SQL Server Management Tools on Windows and Other Platforms at #SQLSummit

If you are at the 2016 PASS Summit and you want to find out what’s going to happen next with SSMS on Windows and ‘Other Platforms’ then I highly recommend that you check out this session by Ken Van Hyning ( t ) and Sanjay Nagamangalam ( t ).

I can tell you that Ken is very passionate about giving us Data Professionals the best tools for us to use, so I really encourage you to check out his session and if you have more questions or ideas about SSMS, try to chat with him or Sanjay after the session if they have time. I hear they might even throw in a SQL PowerShell demo or two today J

In this session, we’ll walk you through our investments in SQL Server manageability tools for Windows and other platforms. We’ll present enhancements in our flagship SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and SQL client tools based on feedback from the community and discuss our plans for cross-platform database management tooling for
SQL Server and PowerShell. We will also answer questions about your favorite feature in SSMS and the roadmap for SQL client tools such as Profiler, Database Tuning Advisor and Distributed Replay.

Date: Oct 28

Time:
9:30AM – 10:45AM

Room:
TCC Tahoma 5

Session Code: DBA-213-M

Ken Van Hyning (left)
SQL Client Tools Engineering Manager at Microsoft


Sanjay Nagamangalam (right)
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft

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