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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