I am currently a Senior DBA for Integrys Energy Services in Green Bay, WI. I’ve been a DBA since 2008 and have worked primarily with SQL Server versions 2005 and above supporting databases as large as 6TB.
Although my title says “DBA”, I also play the role of SAN administrator and data warehouse developer. I love learning and applying new technology and have a passion for making the environment I support as fast as possible. My blog is syndicated from www.adamkreul.com and you can follow me on Twitter at @AdamKreul.
Archives: February 2014
If you work in IT, the office becomes your second home. It’s where we make a living, and most of us take a lot of pride in the work we do. We feel good when we’ve put in a successful day at the office, however we also have those days…
I’m just a little late to the party, but no time like the present, right? I plan to be very active responding to #sqlhelp requests, and will be posting my latest blog posts. I would greatly appreciate a follow (@AdamKreul), and would be happy to return the favor! Read more
That guy or gal over there going on and on about spindles and IOPS – that’s your SAN admin. For the sake of your SQL Server environment, you two need to develop a solid relationship. Here’s some basic SAN lingo to get you started:
LUN is an acronym for… Read more