Aug 092012

At the blog at my day-job, I have a new post in a series about virtualizing your business-critical SQL Servers.  This subject is near and dear to my heart, as this is the part of the job that I have the most fun with. I present on this topic frequently at SQL Saturdays, and speak about it day to day even more frequently!

Check it out! I’ll have part two in the series up in a few weeks!

 Posted by at 11:36 pm

  2 Responses to “Virtualizing Business-Critical SQL Servers – Part 1: Myths and Misconceptions”

  1. I had read this excellent 6-part series about a year or two ago, and really enjoyed the insights you provided.

    I had planned to share the links to the 6-part series with some colleagues recently, but noticed that links were to posts at your former House of Brick site and are no longer present (404 not found).

    Are these posts available on your current site or elsewhere? If so, can you provide the links? When I searched your current site for “Myths and Misconceptions”, I got this post but no other posts.

    Hope all is going well with your practice and Heraflux. I hope to see you at PASS Summit 2014.

    Best wishes,

    Scott R.

  2. Thanks so much for remembering the VBCA series! I looked at their site and it looks like they did a site update and removed the old posts. I apologize for that! Keep your eye on the blog, as well as over at SQL Server Central. I am in the middle of authoring the Stairway to SQL server Virtualization series, which is designed to help answer a lot of the “why’s” and “hows” of SQL Server virtualization. Also, feel free to contact me if you have any questions that I can answer! I’ll be at the Summit this November! Ping me and we’ll meet up. I’d love to chat some more on SQL Server topics!


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