Month: November 2016

Dear Colos: Up Your Game: aka How the #$%^ do you not have fibre in stock?

Many companies use co-located data centers to store their hardware. In some cases (like the colo we at DCAC use) you pay for power, cooling, and a connection to the internet. There is no expectation of added services other than those three things. In other cases, companies like Rackspace or Level 3 are what are […]

SQL Server v.Next—Linux Preview and Ola Hallengren’s Jobs

If you watched Scott Guthrie’s keynote at Microsoft Connect() this morning, your mouth is probably still on the floor. There was lot of big news: Nearly all enterprise edition features in SQL Server 2016 SP1 are in standard edition There is going to be a v.Next of SQL Server and you can play with CTP1 […]