Please thank the folks at scaleSQL for sponsoring this month's meeting.

Bill Graziano, SQL Server consultant with scaleSQL, will be presenting:  Auditing and Capturing SQL Server Events

If you haven't already registered, there are still seats left, please RSVP here:

*Please note that if you registered early, eventbrite had the meeting listed for 2:30-4:00 pacific time, it should have been 2:30-4:00 pm Central in case you had it add the event to your calendar.

Overview: This session will focus on capturing key events occurring inside your server. These can include new logins, permission changes, new or updated database objects, failed logins, application errors, user-generated events , and SQL Server error log events. Features covered include SQL Server Audit, Extended Events, Event Tracking, Trace, and DDL triggers. As always, lots of demonstrations and real-world scenarios.

About Speaker: Bill Graziano is a SQL Server consultant that specializes in tuning OLTP systems and database administration.  He’s a SQL Server MVP and serves on the Board of Directors for PASS (The Professional Association for SQL Server).  He runs a SQL Server web site for DBAs and developers at  Bill has presented at PASS and numerous regional and local events around the country.


Please note, this will be an afternoon meeting at the Overland Park Microsoft Office, drinks and snacks will be available.

Meeting Schedule for Thursday, October 31st, 2013:

  • 2:30 - 2:40 - Greeting and Housekeeping
  • 2:40 - 3:40 - Auditing and Capturing SQL Server Events
  • 3:40 - 4:00 - Door Prizes and wrap up

We look forward to seeing you all soon!


10801 Mastin Blvd, Suite 620
Overland Park, KS 66210

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