-->
SQL Clone
SQLServerCentral is supported by Redgate
 
Log in  ::  Register  ::  Not logged in
 
 
 

Archives: October 2015

PASS 2015 Session Report – KeyNote and SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines: Features, Best Practices & Roadmap

So PASS officially kicked off this morning leading into the next 3 days of back to back sessions.

You could certainly tell that the keynote was on… I mean the dining room was pumping…!

 

 

Oh that’s right, everyone is at the keynote!

 

 

So the Keynote Read more

1 comments, 456 reads

Posted in Mr. Fox SQL on 29 October 2015

Idera ACE 2016

If you have been around the SQL Community long enough, you probably have heard of a software company called Idera.  They make a wide range of useful SQL Server tools.   What you might not know, is that they are also heavily invested into the SQL Community.  One way they invest… Read more

2 comments, 544 reads

Posted in John Morehouse | Sqlrus.com on 28 October 2015

PASS Summit 2015 – Here We Go

Yes, it’s this time of the year again, and I’m very excited about it. Once a year, PASS holds the largest and coolest event in the world for SQL Server and BI professionals. More than 5,000 people from more than 2,000 companies and more than 50 countries are attending the… Read more

0 comments, 337 reads

Posted in Guy Glantser on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Security as been invested more in SQL Server 2016 than any other.

Protecting your data at rest and in motion with no impact on database performance. Always Encrypted in 2016 will make it a more simpler task to protect your data. This is huge for the data professionals out there… Read more

0 comments, 328 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Security as been invested more in SQL Server 2016 than any other.

Protecting your data at rest and in motion with no impact on database performance. Always Encrypted in 2016 will make it a more simpler task to protect your data. This is huge for the data professionals out there… Read more

0 comments, 232 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Joseph Sirosh, Corporate VP of Data Group Microsoft talks about zigabytes….what!!!!!! Predominately in the cloud is where data will be moving; yes folks let’s get used to this now.

Age of Hardware and Automation to Age of the Software and digitization we have grown profoundly over the last 50 years.… Read more

1 comments, 258 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – Day 1

Joseph Sirosh, Corporate VP of Data Group Microsoft talks about zigabytes….what!!!!!! Predominately in the cloud is where data will be moving; yes folks let’s get used to this now.

Age of Hardware and Automation to Age of the Software and digitization we have grown profoundly over the last 50 years.… Read more

1 comments, 408 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – 1

PASS Summit Key note is off the ground and running…..

President Thomas LaRock talks about the 16th annual meeting that is taking place and the #sqlfamily. This event is really like a family reunion with over 58 countries and 2,000 companies that are here to get this party started.

THIS… Read more

0 comments, 362 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blog – Pass Summit Key Note – 1

PASS Summit Key note is off the ground and running…..

President Thomas LaRock talks about the 16th annual meeting that is taking place and the #sqlfamily. This event is really like a family reunion with over 58 countries and 2,000 companies that are here to get this party started.

THIS… Read more

0 comments, 237 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

PASS Summit 2015 Keynote – Day 1

Today, I’ll be live blogging the SQL PASS 2015 keynote. Today is the third day of the PASS Summit, and the first day with regular sessions. Everything shown in the keynote will also be streamed on PASS TV. As a logistical note, I’ll be updating this post throughout the keynote.… Read more

1 comments, 554 reads

Posted in Tim Mitchell on 28 October 2015

Live Blogging PASS Summit

This year I was fortunate enough to get the invite to join the live bloggers table for both keynotes going on. Looking forward to the opportunity and to what has to be said at each speaker.

This morning’s keynote will begin at 8:15 a.m. so don’t be late!!!


Read more

0 comments, 208 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

Live Blogging PASS Summit

This year I was fortunate enough to get the invite to join the live bloggers table for both keynotes going on. Looking forward to the opportunity and to what has to be said at each speaker.

This morning’s keynote will begin at 8:15 a.m. so don’t be late!!!


Read more

0 comments, 302 reads

Posted in The SQL Professor on 28 October 2015

No Live Blogging

The PASS Summit opens today with the first keynote. This is one of the few times that I’ve declined the blogging table at PASS. The table has grown, it’s become a bit loud at times, and the pressure to take notes and push them out distracts me from listening and… Read more

0 comments, 403 reads

Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 28 October 2015

No Live Blogging

The PASS Summit opens today with the first keynote. This is one of the few times that I’ve declined the blogging table at PASS. The table has grown, it’s become a bit loud at times, and the pressure to take notes and push them out distracts me from listening and… Read more

0 comments, 340 reads

Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 28 October 2015

Azure SQL Database

So far I have strictly focused on Extended Events for SQL Server installations. This means I have been looking at Extended Events from the “physical” or on-premises perspective. Installing SQL Server into an Azure VM falls into this category as well.

What hasn’t received any TLC is Extended Events from… Read more

1 comments, 517 reads

Posted in SQL RNNR on 28 October 2015

Who’s on call


Of all the posts I’ve written I think this one is my favorite, even though it’s not a technical post.  So while I’m at Summit (I’m even presenting today!) I thought I would re-post it for your enjoyment.

The new IT manager (Lou) walks into the DBA manager’s office… Read more

0 comments, 360 reads

Posted in SQLStudies on 28 October 2015

PASS 2015 Session Report – Optimize “All Data” with a Modern Data Warehouse Solution

PASS 2015 has kicked off in Seattle, well the precon’s have anyway on Mon & Tue.  The actual conference starts on Wed-Fri!

I attended a precon session today called Optimize “All Data” with a Modern Data Warehouse Solution held by Bradley Ball and Josh Luedeman of Pragmatic Works.

The session… Read more

0 comments, 377 reads

Posted in Mr. Fox SQL on 28 October 2015

Hyper-V The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed

Note this fix only works on Windows Server 2012/Windows 8 or later. A different method is required on Windows Server 2008R2 or earlier which involves the use of the NETDOM command.

For several years now I have been using Hyper-V for building out a virtual development environment on my laptop.… Read more

2 comments, 1,840 reads

Posted in Bradley Schacht on 27 October 2015

A Great SQL in the City 2015 Seattle

Yesterday was the Seattle edition of the 2015 Redgate Software SQL in the City tour. I was in London a couple weeks ago for the first event, and we closed out the year in Seattle on Monday.

I had some, fun, as you can see here.

Slava Murygin has a… Read more

0 comments, 479 reads

Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 27 October 2015

Newer posts

Older posts