Ross Mistry

Ross
Mistry
Senior Director, Microsoft Technology Center Silicon Valley,
Microsoft

Ross Mistry is Senior Director, Technology and Innovation, Microsoft Technology Center Silicon Valley. Prior to that Mistry was National Director, Microsoft Technology Centers in Canada, where he led a team of enterprise architects. An author and enterprise architect, he's designed solutions for Microsoft’s largest customers in the Silicon Valley and around the world. His books include Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Microsoft Press) and SQL Server 2012 Management and Administration (Sams). Find Ross on Twitter: @rossmistry

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SQL Server in a Microsoft Private Cloud
Find out the answers to four commonly asked questions about running SQL Server virtual machines in a Microsoft Private Cloud.
Introducing the SQL Server Utility
With SQL Server 2008 R2’s new SQL Server Utility, you can easily monitor and manage resource utilization across all the SQL Server instances and registered database applications in your environment.

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