Author: Warner Chaves

Building SQL Server Failover Cluster Instances in the Cloud with Windows Server 2016 Storage Spaces Direct

Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) is a new feature of Windows Server 2016 that takes the ‘software-defined storage’ concept to the next level. The value proposition is that instead of deploying expensive SAN hardware, similar results can be achieved by pooling…

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Goals for my Clients in 2017

Warner Chaves outline the goals he is setting for his clients in 2017.

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SQL On The Edge #11 – Azure Data Lake Fundamentals

Warner Chaves, Principal Consultant at Pythian and Microsoft MVP explores and explains the basic fundamentals of Azure Data Lake.

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How to Choose the Right Cloud Provider and Solution

Warner Chaves, Principal Consultant at Pythian, compares cloud providers NoSQL and SQL, offerings from AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, their similarities, differences, and use cases for each one.

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SQL On The Edge #10 – SQL 2016 Columnstore Improvements

Warner Chaves, Microsoft MVP and MCM, explores the Columnstore indexes feature and explains why it’s important, and where you can leverage this functionality.

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SQL On The Edge #9 – Azure SQL Database Threat Detection

Warner Chaves, Microsoft MVP and MCM, sheds some light on Azure SQL Database Threat Detection.

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SQL On The Edge #8 – SQL Server Mobile Report Publisher

One of the cool things about SQL Server is that it comes bundled with all the Business Intelligence services with the core database engine license. Reporting Services (which includes the Mobile Report Publisher), Analysis Services, and Integration Services are all…

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SQL On The Edge #7 – Azure Data Factory

Warner Chaves, Microsoft MVP and MCM, explains how organizations can learn to manage the rapid evolution of data, using the power of Data Integration.

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SQL On The Edge #6 – SQL AlwaysEncrypted

Warner Chaves, Pythian database expert and Microsoft MVP, discusses why AlwaysEncrypted, a new security feature offered in the SQL Product family can protect your business.

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The End of an Era – Preparing for a SQL Server 2005 Upgrade

Extended support for SQL Server 2005 will come to an end April 2016. This webinar provides a live demo on how to plan and perform a SQL Server 2005 upgrade

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