Carl Rabeler

Carl
Rabeler

Carl Rabeler, director of business intelligence at Solid Quality Learning, has worked with the SQL Server development, business intelligence best practices, and user education teams for more than 10 years. Carl has written and co-written many technical articles and documentation, including the SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services Tutorial in SQL Server 2005 Books Online (BOL).

Articles
Monitoring Queries In Analysis Services
How can you monitor the queries your business users submit?
High Availability in Analysis Services
A typical approach to high availability in Analysis Services 2000 is to use Windows NLB to distribute user queries across multiple Analysis Services instances on disparate machines while also increasing availability.
Fine-Grained Permissions in Analysis Services
Find out if you can delegate permission to a Window user or group to process an Analysis Services cube or dimension without also granting permissions to view the data in the cobe or dimensions.
Hardware and Software Resources for Analysis Services
Learn how to determine what hardware and software resources your SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services instance requires.
Communicating with Analysis Services
ADO MD.NET and XMLA clients communicate differently with a SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services instance then with a SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services instance.
Deploying an Analysis Services Database
Learn how to deploy a SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services database from your development environment to your test, staging, QA, or production environment while keeping your production and development environments synchronized.

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Jul 28, 2015
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 29: Practical Implementation Tips

My initial goal in writing this series of posts was to outline some of the concerns surrounding Availability Groups (AGs) and SQL Server Agent Jobs – and call out how there is virtually no guidance from Microsoft on this front and then detail some of the pitfalls and options available for tackling this problem domain. I initially expected this series of posts to have between 25 and 30 posts – according to some of the early outlines I created ‘way back when’....More
Jul 6, 2015
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 28: Additional Options for Tackling Jobs Failover

Throughout this series of posts I’ve taken a somewhat pessimistic view of how SQL Server Agent jobs are managed within most organizations – meaning that most of the code and examples I’ve provided up until this point were based on assumptions about how CHANGE to jobs is managed. That pessimism, to date, has come in two forms:...More
Jul 1, 2015
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 27: Options and Concerns for More Advanced Deployments

In this series of posts I’ve called out some of the concerns related to SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups and their interaction with SQL Server Agent jobs – both in the form of Batch Jobs (see post #3) and backups....More
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