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April 23, 2015 | Azure, SQL Server

Back up SQL Server databases to Windows Azure storage

One of the key strategies I stress for SQL Server is storing multiple copies of your backup files. If you only have one copy, what would happen if the storage it was on became corrupted? Traditional methods of retaining multiple copies […]

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April 21, 2015 | SQL Server

Should you choose a SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance or an Availability Group?

SQL Server 2012 introduced a new marketing term, AlwaysOn. Under this umbrella are two technologies: Failover Clustering Instances (FCIs) and Availability Groups (AGs). While they share some common traits, there are important differences as well. If you’re wondering which to […]

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I SPY DevOps – Part 2: Answers Revealed

In the first part of this blog series, we challenged you to SPY the application of DevOps in the given scenario. In this last part, we’ll break it all down and reveal the different elements of DevOps being applied. Part […]

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April 17, 2015 | Dynamics CRM, Office 365

CRM Online Server-Side Sync AutoDiscover Fix

There’s an odd bug that crops up in the CRM Online Email Server Profiles for some organizations which automatically sets the AutoDiscover option to Yes, disables the option on the form, and hides the fields immediately after the Email Server […]

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April 17, 2015 |

SQL Server 2005 Support is Ending – Are You Ready?

SQL Server 2005 was a huge leap forward in manageability and features when it was released 10 years ago. Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, Data Platform, T.K. Rengarajan, posted a friendly reminder this week that extended support for SQL Server 2005 […]

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April 14, 2015 | IaaS, System Center, Virtualization

Windows Azure Pack Tip: Grant Users or Groups access to the Admin Portal

One of the most common issues that arise after doing a Windows Azure Pack installation is that a user does not have access to the Admin Portal (Access is Denied). On a fresh installation of Windows Azure Pack by default […]

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