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Bellingham SQL Server Users Group – January 25th

On Wednesday January 25th at 6:00pm we will be hosting the monthly meeting of the Bellingham SQL Server Users Group. January SQL Server Users Group In-Person @ 709 West Orchard Drive #4 Bellingham, Washington 18:00 – 20:00 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time

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Bellingham SQL Server Users Group November Meeting

Bellingham SQL Server Users Group (Pass Chapter) – November 30th at 6:00pm. Features Presentation by Randolph West: “Back up and Restore your Database with Azure Blob Storage”. Making use of good disaster recovery fundamentals and modern off-site storage, you will

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Database Corruption Overview for Beginners

Database Corruption Overview: Database corruption is one of those things that you can only plan for by practicing your response plan. Out of all of the things that can happen to your SQL Server this is the one that you

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GE Centricity EMR Performance Tuning.

I have been doing work with multiple clients using the GE Centricity EMR product which makes extensive use of Microsoft SQL Server. The performance issues that you run into with Centricity are very similar to what I see working with

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RAID10 Saved The Day

Reliable DBA Services is one of the things I talk about on my business website at http://StedmanSolutions.com, but that can mean many things to different people. To me this has many meanings. Today the reliability of having RAID10 on my

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SQL Server 2005 End of Life – End of Support Today

Today marks the end of life of SQL Server 2005, originally release in November of 2005, this product has finally come to its end of life point. One of my favorite features that was introduced in SQL Server 2005 was

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TSQL Script to Display Agent Job History

It can be a bit time consuming to work through the the SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) user interface to check on the agent job history to find specific agent jobs that have been run. To help speed that process up,

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2015 Review

What 2015 meant to me and my business. Stedman Solutions, LLC – Startup After unexpectedly leaving a regular full time employment position on March 31st 2015, the very next day April 1st 2015, Stedman Solutions, LLC was launched. Looking back,

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Using SQL Server Compressed Backups

The Quick Scan report in Database Health Monitor detects when you are performing SQL Server backups without compression, when the compression option is available. This applies to Full backups, Transaction log backups and Differential backups. Not using compressed backups? Why not?

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Max Server Memory – SQL Server

Max Server Memory Setting Explained If you have more memory than your database and applications on the SQL Server will ever use than this is not a problem, but when you run into memory constraints this setting is much more

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