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  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2014 Launch – A Community Affair

    Guest blog post by: PASS President Thomas LaRock – a SQL Server MVP, MCM, and Head Geek at Solarwinds – is a seasoned IT professional with over a decade of technical and management experience. Author of DBA Survivor: Become a Rock Star DBA , he holds an MS degree in Mathematics from Washington...
  • Blog Post: Top 3 Features I’m Excited About in SQL Server 2014

    Guest blog post by : SQL Server MVP Adam Jorgensen – PASS Executive Vice President, Finance & Governance, and President of Pragmatic Works – has been leading innovative SQL Server and Business Intelligence organizations for over a decade. His passion is finding new and creative avenues...
  • Blog Post: My Top 5 SQL Server 2012 Features by Aaron Bertrand, Guest Blogger

    Guest Blogger: Aaron Bertrand Aaron is a senior consultant for SQL Sentry , providers of the free Plan Explorer, as well as performance monitoring and event management software for SQL Server. He has been blogging at sqlblog.com since 2006, focusing on manageability, performance, and new features; has...
  • Blog Post: Guest Post by EMC: Lightning Strikes Again for SQL Server 2012!

    By Virtual Winfrastructure Earlier in February, EMC announced a new server Flash caching solution called VFCache , a hardware and software solution that leverages PCIe Flash technology to extend performance based caching from the storage array to the server. VFCache (codenamed "Project Lightning"...
  • Blog Post: Guest Post from EMC: Microsoft SQL Server 2012 & EMC VMAXe; A Perfect Match

    Successful companies do their best to stand out, to provide offerings of value and to balance quality, functionality and cost.  Of course, as individual consumers, we understand that “new and improved” is no guarantee of practical, useful, simple and effective.  So major product announcements...
  • Blog Post: Guest Blog Post: How to Jumpstart Your Career as a DBA by Thomas LaRock

    You are a SQL Server DBA, and I know what you are going through. You are frustrated at having to correct other people's work. You are tired from being woken at odd hours, or needed to work on weekends. And the better you get at your job, the more likely you cannot advance in your career because they...