Apparently I don't check my email very carefully because I missed the original announcement of this webcast:

Cloud and Multi-Tenant Architectures with SQL Anywhere Webcast

SQL Anywhere supports a variety of capabilities that ease the shift from an on-premise database server to a hosted server environment. This session will examine different architectural approaches for designing and developing multi-tenant applications to be hosted in a SQL Anywhere Server. Additionally, several operational considerations for hosted SQL Anywhere environments will be discussed.

Presenter: Chris Kleisath, Sr. Director of Engineering

Date: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 Time: 7am PST / 10am EST / 3pm GMT / 4pm CET or: 11am PST / 2pm EST / 7pm GMT / 8pm CET

Yes, that's this Tuesday coming up. Click here to register.

If you can't attend, you can probably get most of the material from the five-part series starting here: Multi-Tenant Database Architecture – Part 1.

But... there's always a "but"... if you can watch the webcast you should watch the webcast because Chris is always entertaining when he speaks.

asked 21 Nov '09, 08:14

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edited 26 Jan '10, 12:15

Yes, you can post a "Vendor announcement" on behalf of a vendor if you want.

(21 Nov '09, 12:15) Breck Carter

Thanks for the promo. I will do my best to be "entertaining". :-)

(23 Nov '09, 14:02) Chris Kleisath

I attended! Your webcast was clear, concise, and hugely informative, with illustrative examples, and you were entertaining too! Just like going to TechWave, only shorter, no pub night and no "red-eye" flight!

(26 Nov '09, 22:05) Margaret Kam...

A recording of the webcast is now available for viewing online here.

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answered 01 Dec '09, 14:33

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I missed! Can I download it?

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answered 26 Nov '09, 13:49

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... or view it online?

(27 Nov '09, 11:44) Reimer Pods
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We hope to have it available for online viewing by Monday.

(27 Nov '09, 14:16) Chris Kleisath
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