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New Features in SQL Server 2014 Commented on: 1 year ago (June 24, 2013)

Good arfticle. You mentioned Microsoft traditional use of R2 releases. I can only remember one SQL Server release using R2 and that was SQL Sever 2008 R2. Maybe they use it more in their other...

Hardening SQL Server Commented on: 2 years ago (September 8, 2011) I cannot agree with your statement "Its easy to add these components later if theyre required. " We did that for SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services and it was painfully difficult getting...
Find SQL Server Cost Savings Commented on: 5 years ago (April 24, 2009) I did not think of using SQL Server Developer licenses on development servers for two reasons. 1) I thought it was only licensed per developer. 2) We are currently using Standard Edition for all our...
Virtualization in the SMB Market Commented on: 6 years ago (September 21, 2007) We have started virtualizing small single application instances. Such as Crystal Enterprise and Sharepoint. The storage requirments are small and performance was never an issue for them. I...
SQL Server 2008 CTP Released Commented on: 7 years ago (June 14, 2007) Why do we need another release of SQL Server? We just got SP2 and cumulative hot to make SQL Server 2005 working. When 2008 is released I may have most of the servers updated to 2005. Then it will...
Automatic Reindexing Commented on: 9 years ago (October 13, 2004) I was thinking of doing a similiar approach. One thing I do different is when a cluster index needs to be Reindex I do all the indexes on the table by not specifying the index name. I found the...
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