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Technobabble by Klee from @kleegeek

David Klee is all around geek who loves data - including the platform it resides on, virtualizing it, improving performance, availability, and disaster recoverability, and data presentation and visualization. He frequently advises organizations on the techniques of migrating their business-critical physical SQL Servers to the VMware infrastructure in his day job as Solutions Architect. David speaks at many national SQL Saturday events and SQL Server User Group meetings, as well as writes technical columns on SQL Server and virtualization topics on various blogs. He is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/kleegeek), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidaklee), and blogs frequently (http://www.davidklee.net).

Speaking with Kevin Kline at SQL PASS Summit 2012

WOW! I’m absolutely honored to announce that I am speaking with the Kevin Kline tomorrow at the SQL PASS Summit 2012. Kevin and I are speaking on Managing SQL Server in a Virtual World at 9:45a on Friday. I am blessed by this opportunity, and am very excited at the presentation topic. Come attend this session and learn more about my favorite topic, SQL Server virtualized on VMware!

The details on the session are as follows.

Managing SQL Server in a Virtual World [DBA-322-S]
Session Category: Spotlight Session (90 minutes)
Session Track: Enterprise Database Administration & Deployment
Speaker(s): Kevin Kline (and myself!)

Why are so many organizations implementing VMware, and what does it mean for SQL Server DBAs? In this deep-dive session, you’ll see that when configured and managed properly, SQL Server can run just as well in a virtual environment as a physical one.

We’ll review the benefits VMware provides, including hardware abstraction, easier failover, and simpler capacity planning. We’ll also explore key tips to help administer a SQL Server instance running inside a virtual machine. You’ll learn the differences in general administration, disaster recovery, and high availability on VMs; get a better understanding of activity and performance trends on VMs; and learn how to ensure effective capacity planning and optimal performance on VMs. If you’ve ever had a virtual deployment go bad, or if you’re struggling to manage the performance of virtualized SQL Servers, be sure to catch this session.

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