SQL Server with Mr. Denny:

May, 2008

May 29, 2008  11:00 AM

geekSpeak: Spatial Data in SQL Server 2008 with Denny Cherry

Posted by: Denny Cherry
GeekSpeak, In Person Events, Webcam

On 6/4/08 at noon PST (3pm EST) I'll be presenting a MSDN Geek Speak session entitled "Spatial Data in SQL Server 2008 with Denny Cherry". In the session we will explore the new support for spatial data in Microsoft SQL Server 2008. I will also be talking about managing huge...

May 26, 2008  12:00 PM

SoCal Code Camp is coming up

Posted by: Denny Cherry
In Person Events, SoCal Code Camp

The SoCal Code Camp is coming up shortly (June 28th and 29th).  I've just finished posting my abstracts on the site for...

May 26, 2008  11:00 AM

A very strange Service Broker and TempDB problem

Posted by: Denny Cherry
Service Broker, SQL, SQL Server 2005, TempDB

So, a little while ago I was having a major problem at work that I'd like to share in the hopes that someone else finds this information useful. (When I was having this problem, Google wasn't able to find anything for me.) The symptoms that we were having in a nut shell was that the tempdb was...

May 25, 2008  6:25 AM

EMC Posts EMC World Videos on Youtube

Posted by: Denny Cherry

EMC has posted a bunch of video's from EMC World online for all to see. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/n_SSvKXsgKw" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] You can see all of

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May 23, 2008  4:00 PM

EMC World 2008 is over :(

Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC, EMC World 2008

EMC World was a blast this year.  I've posted some highlights of the event through out the week.  I'll continue to post as much of the info as I can through out the next few weeks.  Denny

May 22, 2008  3:37 PM

EMC World 2008 Day 3

Posted by: Denny Cherry
Billy Crystal, Cache, CLARiiON, EMC, EMC World 2008, Encryption

Wednesday at EMC World was a session packed day to be sure. I started my morning with CLARiiON Rebuild Settings and Data which was an in depth look at how exactly the CLARiiON systems handle rebuilds, and how long various rebuilds take.  In addition we went into detail as to how the CLARiiON...

May 21, 2008  5:04 PM

EMC World 2008 Day 2

Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC, EMC World 2008, FLARE 26, MirrorView Cluster Enabler, MirrorView SE, MSCS

Yesterday was an very busy day.  I didn't have time to think, much less put together a post about it.  I hit every session which I was looking for including the always hard to get into Navisphere Manager Hands-on workshop. The session I probably got the most out of was the session on what's...

May 20, 2008  12:26 AM

EMC World 2008 Day 1 (Last post of the day)

Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC World 2008, Remote Blob Storage Architecture, SQL Native Client, SQL Server 2008

I find myself with a little extra time between my last session of the day, which was a SQL 2008 Session, and the Grant Opening Reception, so I figured that a blog post was in order.  The SQL 2008 session was a what's coming in SQL 2008. Most of the information was stuff that I already knew and...

May 19, 2008  5:54 PM

EMC World 2008 Day 1 (Keynotes)

Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC, EMC World 2008, Keynotes, Webcam

Here are some of the key points from the keynotes from EMC world. Gartner says that by 2011 there will be 1337 Exabytes.  179 Exabytes of information has been created so far this year. In the next two years we will see a trend moving further away from using Tape for backup and recovery. ...

May 19, 2008  4:53 PM

EMC World 2008 Day 1 (The first post)

Posted by: Denny Cherry
EMC World 2008, Storage, Storage Vmotion, VDM, Virtual Desktop Manager, VMware

While waiting for the first keynote to start I figured that this would be as good a time as any to write a quick post.  I just got out of the first session of the morning.  I decided to catch the VMware VI3 session which went over the new features of ESX 3.5.  It was a very good session...

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