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I recently finished taking down a bunch of servers that I was using to scale out my environment by forcing read only connections off of my main read-write servers. To make a long story short, hardware advances and the additional diagnostic information in SQL 2005 allowed me to consolidate to ...
So on Monday August 9th, 2010 I’ll be giving a preview presentation of my Storage and Virtualization for the DBA precon. Basically I want to give the presentation in front of a live audience before I go to PASS and have people pay to see it. So if you ...
As some of you know my sister-in-law is getting married in the Dominican this November and I’ve been having an inner battle about whether or not the Summit would be in the cards for me in 2010. After some thought and weighing my options I’ve come to the ...
I have been working for Confio Software for almost six full weeks now. Two of those weeks I was on the road, which means I have been working at the office for the other four weeks. And by “at the office” I mean “the spare bedroom located next to my ...
The Story So Far I’ve been in love with data storage since I first opened up SQL*Plus and issued a select statement. The different ways to store data are fascinating. Even within a traditional OLTP database, there are a variety of design patterns that we can use to ...
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