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Once More With Feeling: Stop Using Active/Passive and Active/Active

See why Active/Passive and Active/Active are wrong descriptions when it comes to failover clustering and SQL Server

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SQL Server Denali, Upgrading, Supported Platforms, and You

MS has published the versions of Windows and the supported upgrade paths. Here’s my take.

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Consolidation Using SQL Server 2008 Whitepaper Now Posted to MSDN!

I’ve been talking about it for awhile, but it’s finally here – my update of the old SQL Server 2000 consolidation whitepaper. It just went live less than an hour ago. The basic info including the link to the download of the Word document can be found here:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee692366.aspx or you can just download the Word doc […]

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Consolidation, Application Compatibility (or lack thereof), and SQL Server

I do a bit of work in the consolidation space, and speak about it a lot. The update to my old SQL Server 2000 consolidation planning whitepaper is almost done and I should be doing a webcast next month. But I wanted to address one thing here in the interim: the biggest sticking point is […]

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