Tag Archives: High Availability

Microsoft White Paper – SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 Better Together

SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 Better Together Technical white paper (April 2016) published by Microsoft “Microsoft is pushing the limits of hardware capabilities and bringing the latest enterprise technologies to market. Both products are offering improvements to availability and disaster recovery features, providing an unprecedented level of interoperability in a variety of environments.” … Continue reading Microsoft White Paper – SQL Server 2016 and Windows Server 2016 Better Together

SQL Server in Virtual Machines: Myth or Reality?

Can SQL Server live inside a virtual machine? Yes and no. There are certainly reasons to do so, such as the ease of constructing high-availability databases that don’t involve the complexity and expense of Windows Clustering (for example, using virtualization-based availability technologies from companies such as VMware and Marathon Technologies). Virtualization is the Great Consolidator … Continue reading SQL Server in Virtual Machines: Myth or Reality?

Exchange Server 2010 Presentation and Sample Code Download at TI2011 (Mike Pfeiffer and Harold Wong)

Below are the links to download the Exchange Server 2010 sessions presented by Mike Pfeiffer and Harold Wong at the Interface Tech Immersion 2011. Mike Pfeiffer is an instructor at Interface Technical Training, Microsoft MVP & Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) in Exchange 2010. Harold Wong is an IT Pro Evangelist with Microsoft. Session 1: Enterprise Exchange Management with PowerShell Presenter: … Continue reading Exchange Server 2010 Presentation and Sample Code Download at TI2011 (Mike Pfeiffer and Harold Wong)