SQL Server Availability Group Failovers in Kubernetes

In my previous blog posting I have talked about how to create a SQL Server 2019 Availability Group in Kubernetes. Today I want to continue with that discussion, and I want to show you how you can perform a Failover of such an Availability Group. Performing a Failover To perform ...

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Upcoming SQLpassion Trainings

Today I’m quite happy to announce my upcoming SQLpassion Trainings for the next few months. Currently I have scheduled the following online trainings: Design, Deploy, and Optimize SQL Server on VMware SQL Server on Linux, Docker, and Kubernetes SQL Server Performance Tuning & Troubleshooting Workshop I’m quite happy to provide ...

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VMware ESXi meets the Odroid-H2

A few weeks ago I came across a very interesting new device on the hardware market: the Odroid-H2, which is manufactured by HardKernel in South Korea. Because of my broken leg I have a lot of time, so I ordered one unit from a reseller in the UK, and tried ...

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How many Cores per Socket do I need?

Today I want to talk about a very interesting topic in VMware vSphere: the Cores per Socket option, and how you should configure it for your SQL Server based Virtual Machine. The VMware Recommendation The recommendation from VMware is that you set the Cores per Socket option to 1. This ...

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