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Anup SivaDas handles the Database Engineering initiatives for Expedia, Inc. (http://www.expedia.com/), having IT experience of more than 9 years. Anup is an active blogger with SQLSailor.com, and can also be found on MSDN SQLServer forums and BeyondRelational.com. He has handled multiple SQLServer projects for various fortune 500 companies, and gained enrich proficiency within Database Administration, Database Architecture for Cloud, Consulting, Virtualization, Build, and Production Support activities. Blog | Twitter | LinkedIn

Archives: September 2013

Microsoft + Oracle = New opportunity…Windows Azure is a happening place !

Couple of months back(To be specific in June) Microsoft and Oracle announced their partnership to help enterprise customers embrace the cloud.

It was almost clear that Oracle was going to be available in Windows Azure under the IaSS platform(Virtual Machines’),and today during one of the Oracle Open World keynotes this… Read more

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Posted in SQLSailor.com on 24 September 2013

Windows Azure Service Dashboard – Checkout the health of Azure Services

Windows Azure Service Dashboard is an excellent way to know the health/availability of your Windows Azure Services.

You might always want to know if any of the service is down or having some performance degradation, and with windows azure service dashboard this information is just few clicks away.

All you… Read more

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Posted in SQLSailor.com on 13 September 2013

High Availability within Windows Azure VMs – An exciting opportunity !

Windows Azure Virtual Machines is a real game changer as it gives us ability to spin up VMs in no time to setup a full blown SQL Server.

The topic of High Availability(HA) will come to your mind in case you are planning to deploy a mission critical SQLServer on… Read more

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Posted in SQLSailor.com on 9 September 2013