SQL Server Radio is a podcast (an internet radio show) for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the SQL Server platform. The show is intended to add another platform of knowledge sharing to the already strong SQL Server community.
The show is brought to you by Madeira Data Solutions.
Madeira, founded in 2007, develops and provides data solutions. We specialize in database platforms and data related technologies, such as Hadoop, Vertica, SQL Server, Amazon RDS, Couchbase, Power BI and Machine Learning. Our solutions include things like: Database Managed Services, Data Architecture Review, Disaster Recovery Plan, BI Delivery, Performance Tuning and Optimization, Data Security Enforcement, and much more. We also provide professional services, including consulting, outsourcing, training and placement.
How to Listen
You can listen to the show using any podcast app on your Smartphone, whether you use iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. Just search for “SQL Server Radio” in the app (don’t get confused with the Hebrew edition). If the app can’t find it, you can add the feed manually using the following URL: http://www.sqlserverradio.com/feed/podcast/
You can also listen to the show on this website, or download the file and hear it on your car stereo, MP3 player or mobile phone.
Guy Glantser is the owner and CEO of Madeira Data Solutions. Guy has spent his whole career working with databases, leading development teams, supporting large-scale mission-critical production systems, and managing development and BI projects. Guy is also the leader of the Israeli SQL Server User Group and he frequently speaks at conferences and events, such as Tech-Ed and SQL Explore. Today, with over 15 years of hands-on experience, he is focusing on sharing his knowledge as part of the SQL Server community and the Data Industry.
Matan Yungman is a Data Platform MVP, a senior consultant and the CTO of Madeira Data Solutions. He has been working with SQL Server since 2002, and today he spends his time consulting, mentoring, teaching and speaking about SQL Server. He is passionate about SQL Server, technology and the SQL Server community.