Hi fellow SQL Server users, I created a new category that I will use to mark posts that are useless for the greater part of the population.
This are either tips and tricks that define a very uncommon special case or are just for very very high end solutions and the practical application is limited. So watch out for the category and don't be surprised when you read a post marked like this when the content does not apply to you.
But on the other hand there will be a bunch of SQL Server users that are just looking for that information
Hello fellow SQL Server users.
I have spent half my life working with SQL Server and accumulated a lot of knowlege in this past 20 years. I started presenting on several conferences over the last few years and more and more people asked me to start blogging. This is what I am going to do here.
My focus is on building reliable, avalable and scaleable infrastructures for SQL Server and this is also the main focus of this blog but you will see the ocasional general tip entry as well.
If someone has specific questions feel free to ask them I will do my best to answer them