SQL PASS Detroit


We have meetings on the second Thursday of every month.

Each meeting start with a short introduction and Q & A session, where we'll have chapter news and may also have job announcements.  The normal schedule for each meeting is:

6:00 - 6:30 - General Q & A and Announcements
6:30 - 7:30 - Presentation (90-minute presentations will run until 8:00)
7:30 - 8:00 - Question & Answer Session

Special thanks to the following sponsors...


Thanks to the help of some great speakers, we have speakers on some great topics lined up for all but 3 of the 2018 meetings and we're working on those!  Special thanks go out to the wonderful folks at Pet Supplies Plus Corporate Headquarters in Livonia, Michigan, we have a new home for all of 2018.

Also, our Chapter President, Ed Wagner, worked with the wonderful folks at PASS and has been able to restore all previous meeting archives!

Next Meeting

The March meeting is on 3/8/2018.  Please make your FREE reservations for the meeting at EventBriteThe meeting location is included on the EventBrite reservation page.

Your AG might not be as “Available” as you think

You’ve got an availability group! Good for you! It’s set up all nice and shiny with all the settings configured just right for maximum availability, and the dashboard says “Synchronized.” But wait, did you know someone added a new job to your primary server last week but didn’t add it to your secondary? Or what about the new linked server that was added on your readable secondary to aid with the reports accounting was asking for…did anyone add it to the primary?

An availability group will keep all of your database objects synchronized, but server-level objects are often overlooked. In this session I’ll show you how to set up a reporting tool that will show you which objects are out of sync so that you can correct them, including a query that will let you compare both objects so you can see what’s different.

Speaker Bio: Joe Fleming
Joseph Fleming is a Senior Consultant at Fortified Data with over 20 years of database mishaps under his belt. By sharing his wacky misadventures with you, he hopes to make you smile and avoid some future tears.

Contact Info

Please send any questions, concerns, etc to detroit@pass.org.

If you have any questions about the group please drop us a line. If you're interested in speaking we're especially interested to hear from you.

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