Wesley Brown

Wes Brown is a PASS chapter leader and SQL Server MVP. He writes for SQL Server Central and maintains his blog at http://www.sqlserverio.com. Wes is Currently serving as a Senior Lead Consultant at Catapult Systems. Previous experiences include Product Manager for SQL Litespeed by Quest software and consultant to fortune 500 companies. He specializes in high availability, disaster recovery and very large database performance tuning. He is a frequent speaker at local user groups and SQLSaturdays.
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So, what book do you recommend?

Another excellent blogger here on SSC, Jeffery Yao, has posted up an interesting idea  http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/jeffrey_yao/archive/2009/04/20/database-administration-literature-criticism.aspx .
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2009-04-19

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Get all user information at the database level

This is based on Clint Herring's work and was better than what I was using ;). It has one user definded variable @path that is where to store the files generated. It will make one file per database and one master file to restore all user permissions into that database. Used mostly for DR and […]

2005-03-30 (first published: )

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Four of a Kind - Backup Software Shootout Part 2

SQL Server has a rock solid backup and restore routine. However, it is not the most efficient way of handling the backups and restores. Neither in terms of time or space required. A number of software vendors have developed their own additions to SQL Server that accelerate or compress the backups (or both). Wesley Brown has taken four of these products into his environment and run some comparisons. Read about large databases in part 2 of this series.

2004-12-09

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Four of a Kind - Backup Software Shootout

SQL Server has a rock solid backup and restore routine. However, it is not the most efficient way of handling the backups and restores. Neither in terms of time or space required. A number of software vendors have developed their own additions to SQL Server that accelerate or compress the backups (or both). New Author Wesley Brown has taken four of these products into his environment and run some comparisons. Read part one of his review.

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2004-12-07

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