Archives: February 2015
It’s not often that you’ll see me write a lengthy book review. Most book reviews are fluff telling you to buy or not to buy a book, but don’t contain a lot of the “why” or “why not” to do so. But, every once in a while a book comes… Read more
I just returned home from this year’s SQL Cruise in the Caribbean. WOW!
This trip was our first SQL Cruise, but it certainly will not be the last. It confirmed that the SQL Cruise really is a serious advanced SQL Server training class. While at sea the days and nights… Read more
VMware has announced the list of 2015 recipients of the vExpert award, and I am humbled and honored to have been selected to be part of this group for the third year in a row. This year the list has grown to 1,039 people!
The goal of the storage performance analysis is to identify the performance characteristics of a target storage device. To determine the baseline of each system’s configuration, the free disk benchmarking utility from Microsoft called SQLIO can be used to determine the overall performance throughput curve for the storage arrays.
Microsoft… Read more