Conversion to SQL 2016 (SQL Data Partners Podcast)

.As database administrators, we will all upgrade our environments at some point; however, we don’t normally have the opportunity to upgrade to the next version of SQL Server before it becomes available to everyone else. In this weeks episode of the podcast, Steve and I chat with Brian Carrig about the journey channeladvisor took to […]

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Running SQL Server in AWS (Triangle User Group)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest public cloud hosting provider, with many companies successfully running SQL server on AWS infrastructure, but trying to make sense of the available options can be daunting. In this session, we will explore the options available for running SQL server in AWS, either as a managed service or […]

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Running SQL Server in AWS – PASS Virtualization Virtual Group

.Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest public cloud hosting provider, with many companies successfully running SQL server on AWS infrastructure, but trying to make sense of the available options can be daunting. In this session, we will explore the options available for running SQL server in AWS, either as a managed service or […]

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Running SQL Server in AWS – SQLSaturday #636 Pittsburgh 2017

.Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s largest public cloud hosting provider with many companies successfully running SQL server on AWS infrastructure. In this session, we explore the options available to you for running SQL server in AWS, either as an RDS managed service or using dedicated EC2 instances. We document the different storage options, […]

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Controlling Competing Workloads with SQL Server Resource Governor

With heavily consolidated instances and competing workloads, the Enterprise only Resource Governor feature is an incredibly useful tool for any DBA to have in their toolbox. It allows for the effective throttling and control of CPU, memory and I/O consumed by multiple workloads running on a single SQL Server instance. In this session, we will […]

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Controlling Competing Workloads with SQL Server Resource Governor

.With heavily consolidated instances and competing workloads, the Enterprise only Resource Governor feature is an incredibly useful tool for any DBA to have in their toolbox. It allows for the effective throttling and control of CPU, memory and I/O consumed by multiple workloads running on a single SQL Server instance. In this session, we will […]

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