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Materials of Mission Critical Performance Workshop

Today in MTC New York I provided workshop “Always On: Mission Critical Performance” dedicated to some new features of SQL Server 2016. (And this time SQL Server AlwaysOn technology actually was covered, but it was only fraction of the whole content ;-) ). 67 more words

Workshop

The True Identity of a Techie Escape Artist

A chapter titled “Always On” from the book Alone Together by Sherry Turkle discusses society’s inability to detach from the technological world.  Quite a few times, she toys with the idea of technology as a search for one’s identity; or perhaps, a change in identity.  469 more words

TFS15 RC2 Upgrade with SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn

Upgrading is very straight forward, improvements were done in .NET 4.6.1 related to the MultisubnetFailover and AlwaysOn.  Here is the section from the .NET team this blog… 413 more words

SQL Server

TFS Install with SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn

If you’re curious about the steps to install TFS with SQL Server AlwaysOn I will be going through them and it’s really very easy.  This blog post assumes the availability group and listener is already up and running. 642 more words

SQL Server

SQL Saturday 572–Extended Events and Always On

This is the second year that I will be speaking at SQL Saturday at Portland. Last year I had talked about troubleshooting slow queries. This year I will talk about debugging SQL Server issues without having to use the debugger! 279 more words

SQL Server

Skype for Business 2015 Databases

As we usually deal with the Databases own our Skype for Business information, it is better to refresh your mind with the DB name and functionality from time to time. 215 more words

Skype For Business