“Converging Paths of SQL Server and SharePoint” Webcast

September 7, 2008

When someone downloads and installs Windows SharePoint Service with the default settings, the install wizard hardly indicates that SQL engine is being used in the back end. Is this a problem for SharePoint admins? And for SQL DBA’s? What happens when SharePoint grows in size and importance for the organization? Do the SQL DBA’s need to think about SharePoint backup and restore?

These were the questions discussed in a recent webcast by David Walker, ASP .Net MVP and specialist in enterprise apps architecture, and David Gugick and Doug Davis from Quest Software, where they are leading Product Management teams for Quest’s SQL and SharePoint product lines.

I missed the webcast but the recording is available for download the recording from Quest website. Although it was primarily meant for SQL Server administrators, it really helps to understand what common problems SharePoint and SQL admins are facing and why it’s so much easier to solve them together.

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