Here’s a tip off about an online event from Microsoft – Unlock the spatial data stored in Microsoft SQL Server 2008, part of the SQL 08/Bing Maps Connector Web series. Event details…
Attend this webcast and learn how SQL Server 2008 can help you visualize your data on a map using a free download called DataConnector. You’re most likely already familiar with SQL Server support for spatial data and now with DataConnector viewing this data on a map from Microsoft Bing is even easier. In no time at all using DataConnector you’ll be a wizard at displaying your organization’s geospatial data on a map or image of the world! This web cast will introduce DataConnector and relevant components, and we will deep dive on Microsoft Bing Maps and Microsoft SQL Server 2008’s spatial features and APIs.
DataConnector can help you:
- View SQL Server 2008 spatial data on a map or image of the world
- Create lines and polygons (right on the map!) and store them to SQL Server 2008
- Save your organization money leveraging the Microsoft software you most likely already own
- Utilize vector and raster data and query/display this data rapidly