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I'm pleased to be hosting the next presentation for the Microsoft Data Platform Continuity Virtual Group on July 29th at 2pm Eastern time. This session is presented by Edwin Sarmiento and is entitled "3 Reasons Why Focusing on Tech Is The Worst Way To Deploy a HA/DR Solution". Most IT Professionals spend a lot of time on the technical details of an HA/DR implementation. They learn as much as they can about a specific feature, the best practices approach to…Find out more »
I'm thrilled to be presenting a remote session for the P21 Midwest Users Group at 9am Central on August 11 where I discuss VM tuning, SQL Server health checks, and cloud migrations related to the SQL Server underneath P21. Join us! RSVP via the P21 WWUG forum invite (private group).Find out more »
I'm pleased to announce that I will be presenting a new session entitled "SQL Server Storage Performance Tuning" to the PASS MN SQL Server Users Group on September 21, 2021 at 4pm Central time. RSVP for this event here and I look forward to seeing you there! Abstract: Have you ever wondered why the storage administrators say nothing is wrong with the SAN when you are seeing thousands of long I/O alerts every day? They’re not lying to you! The…Find out more »
I'm thrilled to announce a new webinar with Pavilion Data for this Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 10:00am Pacific time entitled "Achieve 3x SQL Server Performance While Doubling VM Density". The time to commit a database transaction and the impact from lots of concurrent users are the bane of SQL Server DBAs. Storage latency is pivotal in keeping these operations moving at the speed of business. SQL Server’s use of its underlying storage can be held back by a number…Find out more »
I’m thrilled to be presenting with Deji Akomolafe a new session at this year’s VMworld 2021 conference called “Virtualization Microsoft SQL Server on vSphere – Stories from the Trenches” (session number MCL1318). Virtualizing Microsoft SQL Server (the most virtualized mission-critical application) on VMware vSphere has become the standard for SQL Server deployments around the world. As vSphere continues to be the target platform for most SQL Server workloads and, with vSphere now being available in all major public cloud infrastructures, it is a given that you…Find out more »
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