Archives: February 2014
I’m slightly behind here after holidays and some travel. Apparently my pop-up reminder for my own studies bears about as much… Read more
This is part of a series where I set up a virtual lab for testing and misc. work. The other parts in the series are here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V.
I have my disks set up, now it’s time to create my virtual machines. I’m going to… Read more
This is part of my series on building a virtual lab for use with SQL Server and Windows. You can see the entire series here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V.
The whole point of virtualization is better use of resources. Whether it’s CPU, storage, networking, power, etc., we… Read more
I needed to get this one on Hyper-V, so I decided to document the process. I’ve put together a series that looks at the steps I took.
- Virtual Lab – Design and Setup
- Differencing Disks
- Setting up a new VM
- Adapter Setup
- The Domain
- New Domain User
- SQL Server
This… Read more
It’s T-SQL Tuesday time again and Jason Brimhall is hosting this month’s event. He used to live in Las Vegas, and with that theme in mind, he calls for you to Place Your Bets. That’s a time when someone has gambled, or risked something on an application, venture, process… Read more
This is part of a series where I set up a virtual lab for testing and misc work. The other parts in the series are here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V.
I haven’t had a good lab set up since I moved from VMWare to Hyper-V on my… Read more
SQL Intersection is coming to Orlando in April, along with the rest of the Dev Intersection events the week of the 13-16th. I’ll be there speaking, along with an amazing lineup of other SQL Server experts. The SQLskills crew is headline and organizing the event and I’m looking forward to… Read more
Jobs are important, mostly because running stuff interactively, and manually, is a pain. The real power of PoSh administration, in my… Read more