Category: azure

My SQL Saturday Chicago Precon: Leveling Up Your Azure Skills

I’m doing another precon at SQL Saturday Chicago on March 20th, 2020. The event is at Benedictine University in Lisle, IL. This time we’re going to dive a little bit deeper into Azure. While last years precon focused on basic infrastructure skills in Azure, this time we’re going to focus a little deeper into the […]

A Problem with Storage Spaces, Failover Clustering, and Always On Availability Groups in Azure

This is quite possibly my longest blog post title, ever, however it is pretty important for anyone who is building SQL Server configurations using Azure virtual machines. If you aren’t familiar with Azure storage, the max size of an individual disk is 4 TB (and more importantly 7500 IOPs–most workloads will be better served by […]