AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) March 08, 2018
QuickStart, a cognitive learning IT marketplace, will host a live webinar on High Availability Options for SQL Server on 29 March. The upcoming webinar will discuss a number of topics starting with the definition and history of high availability options to discussing different real-life scenarios and AlwaysOn availability groups. The webinar will be hosted by IT training consultant Tim Christy, and the main speaker will be IT training pioneer Jeff Rathjen.
Here’s what Tim had to say about the event. “QuickStart has made a number of moves in the last few months that have changed the game in the IT training industry. This webinar is a part of the initiative to democratize IT training and provide useful and informative material to the learners to promote formal and informal learning. We have got great feedback ever since we announced this and I am really excited to host the webinar with Jeff.”
Jeff Rathjen, one of the first people to be certified by Microsoft as an MCSE, will be the presenter and the speaker. Here’s what he had to say, “I love all things SQL Server, and am a lifelong learner when it comes to technology. Having worked as an instructor for a major chunk of my career, I found it a challenge to limit the webinar to 1.5 hours, as there’s a lot of information to be shared about this topic that I want to cover. Having said that, I have covered everything that falls under the scope of this topic, and I am looking forward to conducting this training session.”
The webinar will be the first in the series of eight webinars the company plans to do this year.
WHAT: Webinar on High Availability Options for SQL Server
PRESENTER: IT Skills Training Pioneer, Jeff Rathjen
HOST: IT Skills Training Consultant, Tim Christy
WHEN: Thursday, March 29 at 3 PM CST
QuickStart is an Austin based Microsoft Gold Partner accredited by ITIL, Comptia, and EC Council. The organization is an IT training marketplace that uses cognitive learning and artificial intelligence to turn training into a transformational experience.