First of all, before I make any recommendations, please vote—you should have received your ballot in your PASS registered email by now, and it will provide a link to vote for the board elections in 2013. Now on to my purpose for posting—my recommendation. I’m voting for Allen Kinsel (b|t) and Tim Ford for the […]
Month: September 2013
I decided to start writing this series of blog posts months ago, but hasn’t really gotten around to it, until Andy Galbraith (b|t) brought it up again last week on Twitter. The end of this story will be how at my last job I was part of team that rolled out a comprehensive private cloud […]
Yesterday Microsoft and AT&T made what I consider to be a major announcement for the future of cloud computing. One of the trickiest parts of cloud computing is configuring the network connection to the cloud provider. Microsoft has made great strides in recent months to make it easier to make the Azure network feel like […]
The slides from today’s presentation are available are here: The Microsoft SQL Server licensing guide is here. The Microsoft licensing guide for virtual environments is here. The Microsoft volume licensing guide is here. Glenn Berry’s blogs on CPU performance is here.