Apr 27, 2012
Something for the Weekend – SQL Server Links 27/04/12
I hope you’ve had a great week.
Here’s your weekly roundup of SQL Server Blog Posts, News and Techie Stuff. Enjoy!
SQL Server Links
- Modifying Tables Online – Part 3: Example With Error Handling - Here’s Part 3 of this excellent series from Michael J. Swart (Blog|Twitter).
- Less Is More, Even With Databases - Talking data philosophy it’s Thomas Larock (Blog|Twitter).
- SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups in AWS - Cloud considerations and what they mean for SQL2012 from Jeremiah Peschka (Blog|Twitter).
- Understanding LOB data (2008/2008R2 & 2012) - Interesting LOB data internals from Kimberly Tripp (Blog|Twitter), who’s been blogging MIA for a while. Be sure to click through to the original posts that sparked the discussions to get the full picture.
- SQL Server Builds (April 2012) - A handy script for identifying your upgrade path based on your current SQL version, courtesy of Neil Hambly(Blog|Twitter).
- Backup Database Object - A dose of PowerSell magic from Chad Miller (Blog|Twitter).
- 6 Little Known Things That Can Cause Big Performance Issues - All good advice here that each and EVERY DBA should take note of from Thomas Larock (Blog|Twitter).
- Video – How to Test Availability Groups in SQL Server 2012 - Another video walk-through from the PLF crew this week, with your host Kendra Little (Blog|Twitter).
- Connection to readable secondary fails when login SIDs are different - Troubleshooting insights for the DBA looking to SQL 2012 administration, courtesy of Microsoft SQLCAT (Blog).
- Distribution Agent is blocking users on Subscriber - Replication troubleshooting master class stuff here from the Microsoft SQL Server Replication Support Team(Blog).
- New White Paper: SQL Server Extended Events and Notifications - Kevin Kline(Blog|Twitter) shared this whitepaper written by Jason Strate (Blog|Twitter).
UK SQL Server Upcoming Events
Misc Technology Posts
- The importance of listening
- Will Apps Kill Websites?
- Mobile phones: ‘Still no evidence of harm to health’
- Baidu thrives as Google Drive is blocked in China
- O2 mobile wallet app launches text message payments
- Nintendo reports first annual loss as Wii sales suffer
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