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  • Where are the Windows Azure customer case studies – and why aren’t there more?

    “Case Studies” are a great tool when you’re evaluating a platform. Having evidence that other companies have deployed Windows Azure, in addition to how they did it, is a good way to plan your own deployments or even just evaluate whether Windows Azure would be a good fit. And we have several case studies you can examine here: ...
    Posted to Buck Woody (Weblog) by BuckWoody on May 8, 2013
  • The All-New 'Database Lifecycle Management" is available on MSDN

    The initial release of Database Lifecycle Management is now available on MSDN.The site is something called ''curated content''. This means it's a single consolidated location to look up lots of disparate articles and content, all in one easy to search location. This “curated content view” contains the best content, video, and ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on April 5, 2013
  • SQLintersection!

    The best emotion to describe how I'm feeling is 'astounded'.  I'm astounded that I'm in such august company to be speaking the SQLIntersection (#iSQL) conference.  Read the blog post from my first SQL Server mentor, Kimberly Tripp, which tells you all about SQLintersection.Check out this list of speakers:Aaron Bertrand, ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on March 27, 2013
  • Declarative Architectures in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

    I deal with computing architectures by first laying out requirements, and then laying in any constraints for it's success. Only then do I bring in computing elements to apply to the system. As an example, a requirement might be ''world-side availability'' and a constraint might be ''with less than 80ms response time and full HA'' or something ...
    Posted to Buck Woody (Weblog) by BuckWoody on October 23, 2012
  • Conquer Your Fear of Virtualization with a Free Day of Training at PASS!

    Click this link to register: http://www.houseofbrick.com/education/sqlserverbootcamp/Registration. Presented by my buddy, David Klee at House of Brick, one of the nations top VMWare consultancies specializing in Oracle and SQL Server deployments. David has a great write-up of this boot camp ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on October 18, 2012
  • Timewarp: What Is a Relational Database?

    Relational?!? Move On, Geezer!Maybe you're thinking that relational databases management systems (RDBMSs), like Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle, are going the way of punched cards and rotary phones.  After all, there's been a lot of hype these days in the IT media about the rise of so-called NoSQL (Not Only SQL) databases. ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on September 5, 2012
  • Build Your Own Microsoft Operations Manager Pack

    Operations Manager Management Pack Development KitI just recently told you about some cool new things happening with System Center - before I stumbled across this tidbit.  Hey, if I could, I'd go back in time and add this entry to the previous one --- yeah, and totally NOT play the stock market to make a fortune through time travel. ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on May 3, 2012
  • Accelerate OLTP with HP and Microsoft's New High Performance Reference Architecture

    If you haven't started to read Shashank Pawar (blog), you're missing out. Shashank is part of Microsoft Australia and has been writing some very good content lately. Here's an example from the Reference Architecture for High Performance SQL Server:HP and Microsoft engineering teams have worked together to create a reference architecture to ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on March 6, 2012
  • Microsoft Document Watch for Operational Excellence

    Back when my day-to-day duties included database administration work and enterprise architecture, I became rather obsessed with the idea of operational excellence. I read everything I could on the topic. I made a list of favorites, which became somewhat shabby over time, as I dog-eared important pages and scribbled notes in the margins. ...
    Posted to Kevin Kline (Weblog) by KKline on August 8, 2011
  • There are no sequential or random disk I/Os

    Okay, it’s a bit of a hyperbole. But let me elaborate. I regularly bump into SQL Server discussions, online or elsewhere, in which I hear people speaking with confidence that an operation is so and so because it is doing sequential disk I/Os or because it is doing random disk I/Os. That always makes me wonder how they know and how they can be so ...
    Posted to Linchi Shea (Weblog) by Linchi Shea on April 1, 2011
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