Dude where's my PFE?

I was a Premier Field Engineer (PFE) for Microsoft.

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  • Blog Post: PAL 2.3.1 released!

    Why?  VMware template.  Awwww yeah, the Dude strike again.  If you are running in VMware, we can capture the memory ballooning driver and real processor util in the guest and publish it to a PAL report.   This release delivers! http://pal.codeplex.com/
  • Blog Post: How to sustain your data collector set through a reboot!

    This is a special post, from the Microsoft Premier Field Engineers (PFE) Vital Signs Instructors alias…something we felt should be shared. If you had noticed, it’s difficult to sustain a data collector set in Perfmon for 2008 R2 through a reboot, so it automatically starts after the reboot.  Well...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Windows Server 2012 Free e-book available

    I highly recommend giving this a read so you are ready for Windows Server 2012.  The dude had a hand in proofing the book and even has a sidebar on page 25 on performance monitoring.  Give it a read, rumor has it there may be some floating around at TechEd Orlando and Amsterdam as well… PDF...
  • Blog Post: PAL 2.3 with Multi-Threading!

    PAL ( http://pal.codeplex.com/ ) is a favorite tool of mine, written by Clint Huffman.  I’ve written about it a few times but maybe you weren’t aware that the newest release has multi-threading capability? It’s no in your face though really, just an option on the last page, the Execute page:  ...