Archives: December 2009
Licensing models can sometimes make database modeling seem trivial. Per processor or per seat? Single core, dual-core, multi-core processors? Multiple instances on one server? Virtualizing servers on a single server? It can get very confusing, very quickly.
I’m regularly asked by a former students, clients, and people in the Forums…
Thanks to everyone who attended my TechNet Thrive! and Nashville SQL Server User Group presentations this week! I hope it was worth your while. As promised, here is the presentation.
And here’s the script I used to review the locks.
–examine the resources
WHEN resource_type =…
On the gridiron, two opposing teams are contending for one very limited resource, the football. One team has it; the other team wants it. The team that has it, tries very hard to protect it by securing the football and blocking all others from getting to it.
The same can…