Archives: May 2016
This coming week is packed full of fun events! On Wednesday, June 1st at 2pm Eastern, I’m participating in a webinar with ActualTech Media called ‘Modern Storage Strategies for SQL Server‘ where we will talk about key concepts from the recent e-book that we released together.
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I am extremely proud to announce my participation in the inaugural SQL Server workshop at this year’s VMworld US in Last Vegas on August 27th. If your SQL Servers are running in a VMware environment, this course is critical to your success!
The first business critical applications and databases… Read more
I’m pleased to announce the general availability of a new free ebook collaboration with James Green from ActualTech Media called “Modern Storage Strategies for SQL Server“. Storage is so vitally important to SQL Server performance, but the intricacies of one side’s administrators are rarely known by the other.… Read more
Tomorrow I’ll be presenting a new session for the PASS Virtualization Virtual Chapter called “Virtual SQL Servers, Actual Performance” tomorrow at 1PM Eastern time. Register for this free webinar today!
Presentation abstract: Virtualizing your business-critical SQL Servers should not imply that they will run slower than if they… Read more
I’m pleased to announce that I’m launching my next round of all-day precon training session at the upcoming SQL Saturday in Iowa City on 6/10/2016 called ‘The Complete Primer to SQL Server Infrastructure‘.
The focus of the course is to help those new to the enterprise server infrastructure… Read more
As Bala Narasimhan from PernixData and I discussed in a webinar last week, SQL Server 2005 hit end of it’s extended support life on April 12th of this year. Any existing SQL Server 2005 instances should be first and foremost in an IT organization’s agenda for modernization this year. If… Read more