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Troubleshooting Database Mail for SQL Server

posted November 16, 2018, 9:20 AM by

Phil Ekins (@SQLPhilUK), Principal Architect

This is part two of our database mail blog series. You can read part one, Database Mail 101 Troubleshooting, here.

At House of Brick, one of our regular interactions with our clients is to assist them…

Database Mail 101 Troubleshooting

posted November 12, 2018, 5:24 PM by

Shawn Meyers (@1dizzygoose), Principal Architect 

This blog covers the basics of troubleshooting Database Mail, and is more tailored to issues related to setup rather than installations that have been working for a while and all of a sudden have stopped….

Patching Availability Groups

posted October 30, 2018, 9:27 AM by

Shawn Meyers (@1dizzygoose), Principal Architect 

In the course of our travels, we have deployed Availability Groups (AG) for many of our clients. One of the questions that comes up over and over again is “how are we supposed to patch…

SQL Server on Linux Install – The Basics

posted August 8, 2018, 10:36 AM by

Phil Ekins (@SQLPhilUK), Principal Architect

In our prior posts in this series we discussed Linux basics and provided a how to for installing Linux. This post picks up the story from that point, with us prepping our server for a…

Oracle and SQL Server on the VMware Cloud on AWS

posted July 27, 2018, 12:31 PM by

Nathan Biggs (@nathanbiggs), CEO

Yesterday, I had the privilege of being invited to participate in a webinar offered by the VMware Cloud on AWS team. It has been an exciting opportunity to work with VMware and AWS, as this offering…

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux: OS Installation – Red Hat

posted May 11, 2018, 5:08 PM by

by Joe Grant (@dba_jedi), Principal Architect

This is part two of an ongoing series discussing the installation and configuration of SQL Server on Linux. Technically this is part 2a, and there will be parts 2b and 2c covering the installation…

Microsoft SQL Server on Linux: Getting Started

posted April 27, 2018, 4:50 PM by

by Joe Grant (@dba_jedi), Principal Architect

This article will be the first in a series that discusses installing and running Microsoft SQL Server on Linux, in both physical and virtualized worlds. In this first article, we will be discussing some…

Can Max Server Memory Impact CPU?

posted February 22, 2018, 12:42 PM by

Shawn Meyers (@1dizzygoose), Principal Architect 

Recently while at a client site, I ran into a situation that stumped me for a bit and shows why best practices exist. This experience reminded me that max server memory is important, and forgetting…

Snapshots with Availability Groups

posted June 21, 2017, 11:17 AM by

Shawn Meyers (@1dizzygoose), Principal Architect 

Recently during a discussion on patching of Availability Groups (AG), the topic of snapshots for virtual machines came up. If I have an AG running in a virtual environment, can I do a snapshot and…

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