Rich Johnson

Rich
Johnson

Rich Johnson is a business intelligence architect with Microsoft working in the US Public Sector Services organization. He has worked for Microsoft since 1996 as a development manager and architect of SQL Server database solutions for OLTP and data-warehousing implementations.

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Getting Started with Parallel Data Warehouse 2
The SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) edition is Microsoft's first offering in the Massively Parallel Processor (MPP) data warehouse space. Here's a peek at what PDW is and what it can do.
Pare Down and Power Up 9
Today’s large business intelligence implementations require servers that deliver tremendous capacity and bandwidth. Check out this low-cost solution that could rock the database server market.

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Oct 9, 2014
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 10: Dynamic Detection Gotcha #3

You can interject a SQL Server Job Step into your Jobs and have this new/injected Job Step do some checking for you. Here's a look at everything that’s involved in such an approach....More
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Oct 7, 2014
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 9: Dynamic Detection Gotcha #2 3

Given that a USE statement is parsed before code is actually run, there are a few options that could be used as a around when it comes to detecting whether or not code should be run....More
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Oct 2, 2014
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 8: Dynamic Detection Gotcha #1 1

Learn about why the option of dynamically detecting whether or not to run a SQL Server Job at execution time is quite a bit more problematic than you might think....More
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