Tag Archives: virtualization

How Virtualized?

I went to a talk recently where I saw this statistic: “50% of all workloads were virtualized in 2009. That number is 72% today.” That’s a really big number, at least in my mind. That implies the vast majority of … Continue reading

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VMware and DBAs

Disclosure: I’m a VMware fan and run it on my laptop. I definitely prefer it to other hypervisors. This workshop and all travel expenses was also paid for entirely by VMware. I was fortunate and grateful to be invited out … Continue reading

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Virtual Lab – New Domain User

This is part of my series on building a virtual lab for use with SQL Server and Windows. You can see the entire series here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V. After the domain was up, I needed to add … Continue reading

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Virtual Lab – The Domain

This is part of my series on building a virtual lab for use with SQL Server and Windows. You can see the entire series here: Building a Virtual Lab with Hyper-V. The big thing in setting up a domain is … Continue reading

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