For those that don’t get the Tech Net news letter Microsoft and Seagate are producing a new comic strip called Heroes Happen Here. It’s published on the Tech Net blog here. You can also grab the RSS feed in your favorite RSS reader here.
So far it shows some promise and I’ve gotten a good laugh out of it a few times; I am a pretty major dork some times though.
The folks at Quest Software asked me to write a paper for them discussing the differences between managing a SQL Server using just the Microsoft provided tools and their Spotlight on SQL Server Enterprise product. That paper has just been released and can be downloaded here. We’ll also be discussing this paper (among other things) at a web cast Thursday 2/7/2008 at 8am which you can read about here and here.
Well today is my birthday. Since it’s a regular posting day I figured I’d skip the technical posting and just say hi. (I’ve got this thing against working on my birthday. I’d much rather spend the day with family and friends. It’s my day and I’ll do what I want, as long as it’s ok with the wife at least :-).)
On Thursday Feb 7, 2008 at 8am Pacific (11am Eastern, 4pm GMT) myself and Jason Hall, Systems Consultant at Quest Software will be co-hosting a webcast looking into the challenges in seeing exactly what is happening within SQL Server (including SQL Server 2008) using Spotlight® on SQL Server Enterprise compared to the native tools.
As Microsoft MVP’s and Partners as well as VMware experts, we are summoned by companies all over the world to fine-tune and problem-solve the most difficult architecture, infrastructure and network challenges.
And sometimes we’re asked to share what we did, at events like Microsoft’s PASS Summit 2015.
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