Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nutanix journey – part 2

The journey continues, boxes are now delivered and have been racked, ready for installation on Monday. I wrote in part 1 that I would discuss the reason to choose Nutanix. An important part was cost, even though Nutanix is expensive … Continue reading

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SQL Pass Summit 2014 – Day 5

Last day of Pass, it has been an awesome week, no other way to get this much knowledge from som many great speakers. It rocks. First session: Troubleshooting AlwaysOn Availability Groups in SQL 2014 Very good session on troubleshooting AlwaysOn and … Continue reading

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SQL Pass Summit 2014 – day 4

Amazing keynote speak by Dr. Rimma Nehme on Cloud DB’s. It clearly a thing of the future and maybe even now. This recording will be a very good to show people that want’s to learn about clouds. Brent Ozar have … Continue reading

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DiskSpd new disk I/O performance tool

Late september Microsoft released a new tool for disk performance testing. It has been mentioned more then once at SQL Pass Summit. Have a look here: It’s said to be better than SQLIO and at first looks it seems very … Continue reading

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SQL PASS Summit 2014 – day 3

Thomas LaRock starting of the KeyNote. Azure, is the topic of this KeyNote. A lot of new nice features coming up. In-Memory table with columnstore indexes will enable realtime-analytics of OLTP data in a new way. Tables stretched between on-premises … Continue reading

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SQL Pass Summit 2014 – Day 2

Last nights networking dinner got move from one place to another and we decided to skip it, there was just to many in line and we were to hungry, so we skipped it and went for Hard Rock Cafe instead. Second … Continue reading

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SQL Pass Summit 2014 – First day

Finally settled in Seattle for SQL Pass Summit 2014. Had a pleasant trip with IcelandAir from Stockholm in just above 12 hours. Feels lucky since a friend spent 22 hours. Registration went smooth with a nice swag in form of … Continue reading

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