Tag Archives: virtualization

Confidential VMs

Ever since we started to offload workloads to hardware that we didn’t physically control, there have been security concerns. I remember when this started with application service providers and web workloads. This has continued to be an issue as more … Continue reading

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Republish: How Virtualized?

Last day at the MVP Summit, so enjoy this today: How Virtualized?

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Virtual Failback

I saw a very interesting tweet from Scott Stauffer asking this: “… looking for quick’n’easy way to make workload virtual w/ fail-fast method to physical if performance doesn’t meet expectation.” This was part of a conversation Scott was having in looking to … Continue reading

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VMs are not VMs

I was at VMWare recently. One of the main things that all of the SQL Server professionals that were there tried to emphasize is that SQL Server workloads are not like other workloads. The impact on the various host resources, … Continue reading

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