Daily Archives: November 3, 2010

Powershell and Policy Based Management

If you haven’t looked at Policy Based Management (PBM), and you manage multiple instances, you ought to really look at it. Even if you manage just a few, having your systems automated just saves you a lot of time and … Continue reading

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VLDB Issues at SQL Server Connections

Kim Tripp is a great speaker, with a wealth of knowledge. This session was talking about some of the issues with VLDBs. What’s a VLDB? Definitely the TB range, but Kim talks about the issues that come with 100s of … Continue reading

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Service Broker – SQL Server Connections

These are some notes and thoughts from sessions and my time at SQL Server Connections/DevConnections in Nov 2010. Denny Cherry gives a nice warning at the beginning of his sessions. His parents were sailors, so beware of the Service Broker … Continue reading

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First we had agile programming, designed to respond to quickly changing requirements for software development. Now we might have the addition of swarms as a way of getting things done in our jobs. One of the predictions that the Gartner … Continue reading

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