Tag: automation

Capturing SQL Server IO Latencies for a Period of Time with PowerShell

Today’s blog post is a demonstration of the PowerShell approach to Paul Randal’s recent blog post, Capturing IO Latencies for a Period of Time. Since wait statistics were properly implemented in SQL Server, it turned into a powerful resource to diagnose and troubleshoot…

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Loose Coupling and Discovery of Services With Consul — Part 2

Creating a Consul Client Docker Image In my previous post, I demonstrated how to create a cluster of Consul servers using a pre-built Docker image. I was able to do this because our use case was simple: run Consul. In…

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Loose Coupling and Discovery of Services With Consul — Part 1

Today I would like to demonstrate the use of Consul to help achieve loose coupling and discovery of services, two important principles of service-oriented architecture (SOA) present in modern, elastic infrastructures. If you have ever designed an architecture to be…

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Making it Easier to Graph Your Infrastructure’s Performance Data

Today I would like to share a story with you about the development of a Puppet module for Grafana and its release on the Puppet Forge. But first, I’d like to provide some context so you can understand where Grafana…

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