March 2011 S3OLV Meeting Recap

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Published on: March 15, 2011

The Las Vegas SQL Server Users Group met on March 10, 2011.  The meeting was both virtual and in-person.  Good news – we had just about as many person attending online as we did in the meeting room.

As I had announced, we had the pleasure of listening to Glenn Alan Berry.  Glenn spoke to us about many different tips around choosing hardware for better performance.  We heard about processors, memory, servers, and storage.  We ventured a little bit into virtualization and some recommendations if you are running virtual servers as well.

This is definitely one of those presentations people should check out.  The meeting was recorded and is available online for viewing over the next year.

You can view the presentation here.  You may need to enter some information to view the meeting, but the required information will pre-populate.

One last note:  to all those that attended the meeting -THANK YOU.  I also really appreciate those who have been willing to give presentations to this group over the past year since I have been scheduling speakers for the group.

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