Next Vermont SQL Meeting : May 16th


Vermont SQL Server Special Interest Group

Next Meeting

When:   6-8pm, Monday, May 16th.
Where: Competitive Computing, Inc. Colchester, VT.
Topic: SQL Server 2000 Security in a Web scenario

Level 200

Audience: SQL developers and Database administrators

SQL 2000 security in the classic client/server scenario is mastered by most admins and developers. But put the same database in a Web scenario, and everything becomes a little bit blurry. User authentication and authorization suddenly becomes more complex. This conference will cover many topics:

  • Refresher of classic SQL 2000 security: Authentication, Authorization, networking
  • Best practices: SQL Login vs. Windows Login
  • Secure SQL 2000 on a developer workstation
  • Secure SQL 2000 in a web scenario
  • Interaction between a Web App and SQL Server
  • Best and worst practices of authenticating with :
    • IIS
    • ASP
    • ASP.NET
    • SQL
  • Windows Authentication Process :
    • Anatomy of a Token
    • The workings of a Ticket
    • Impersonation and delegation

Eric Coté                        

Technical Trainer, 3-Soft (Montreal)

Consultant on the Microsoft platform for the last ten years, Éric Côté is now an expert on the .NET architecture. Eric holds many certifications (MCSD, MCDBA, MCT) and holds a degree from Université de Montreal (BSc). Eric’s certified trainer status allowed him to instruct developers from many large corporations (Desjardins, Motorola, Bombardier, SoftImage, Télé-Québec, UbiSoft, CAE…). For a third year in a row, Mr. Côté will be speaking for Code Magazine’s conference, DevTeach, in Montreal next summer. Also, he is a co-chair and an occasional speaker to Montreal’s Visual Studio.NET user group, GUVSM. Finally, Eric is also a co-host to the French version of the Internet radio show .NET Rocks, which is called Blah Blah Dot NET

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