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  • Feb 24, 2011
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    Virtualization and Cloud Computing Are Here to Stay—Get the Training You Need to Keep Up

    SQL Server virtualization and cloud computing aren’t going away any time soon, so if I were you, I would take advantage of every opportunity to learn about these two technologies and how they’re going to affect you. A great opportunity to learn about these technologies is coming up—Virtualization Connections and Cloud Connections, two great events that are collocated in Las Vegas, April 17-21st....More
  • Jun 24, 2010
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    Brent Ozar and Kevin Kline on the Future of Cloud Computing

    I met up with Kevin Kline, strategy manager for SQL Server at Quest Software, and Brent Ozar, a SQL Server DBA expert for Quest Software, to hear what they had to say about current cloud adoption, how cloud computing will affect SQL Server DBAs and developers, and their predictions on the future of cloud computing....More
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Apr 15, 2014
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Save Thousands in Licensing Costs for SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups

Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition is a great way to save thousands on licensing—and save yourself some serious headaches when deploying SQL Server AlwaysOn Availabiliity Groups....More
Apr 8, 2014
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NoSQL: Eventual Consistency Yields Major Flaws

While I believe that NoSQL can have some places where it legitimately makes sense, I also believe that NoSQL is also the patently wrong choice for a number of different types of applications or use cases....More
Apr 1, 2014
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SQL Server 2014 Now Available—No Joke

Initial word on the street is that SQL Server 2014 has been very stable so far—which is probably why it went to release so quickly and bypassed what would typically have been another pre-release....More
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