In this Tech Talk, Andreas Lengkeek has a chat with Mehmet Ozdemir.

We learn about Multitenancy with SQL Server, and go through some scenarios where this might be useful.

In this video SSW Solution Architect Mehmet Ozdemir chats with Andreas Lengkeek about the three options for Multitenancy with SQL Server and how he goes about choosing the right option to run his enterprise applications.

Mehmet is a Solution Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer specialising in Power BI, SSRS, Dynamics 365, and SharePoint solutions. Mehmet has extensive experience in Microsoft products both pre and post .NET and loves working with C#, Power Automate, Power Query, DAX, and SQL. In previous roles before SSW, Mehmet has worked with BI tools such as Teradata Data Warehouse, Oracle DRM (Master Data Management), Essbase and Cognos ReportNet.

Andreas is an experienced Software Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Andreas’ main skills focus on .NET Core, Angular and React applications with bootstrap/material design, leveraging technologies like EF Core and Identity to provide the clients with rich user experiences.

About the speakers

Mehmet Ozdemir

Mehmet is a Solution Architect at SSW, a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer specialising in Power BI, SSRS, Dynamics 365, and SharePoint solutions. Mehmet has extensive experience in Microsoft products both pre and post .NET and loves working with C#, Power Automate, Power Query, DAX, and SQL. In previous roles before SSW, Mehmet has worked with BI tools such as Teradata Data Warehouse, Oracle DRM (Master Data Management), Essbase and Cognos ReportNet.

Mehmet also helps many clients and SSW with infrastructure-related tasks.

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