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Charla sobre Tablas y Colas en Windows Azure

Material del WebCast Tablas y Colas en Windows Azure

Charla Virtual Tablas y Colas en Windows Azure!

Las Tablas Windows Azure ofrecen la capacidad de almacenar entidades estructuradas no relacionales en el servicio Windows Azure Storage altamente escalable.  Venga a aprender esta sesión sobre las nuevas características para las Tablas y Colas Windows Azure, así como consejos, trucos y guía de rendimiento. Registrate en https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032443826&EventCategory=4&culture=es-AR&CountryCode=ARIdiomas:
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60 Minutos Fecha de Inicio:miércoles, 30 de junio de 2010 09:00 a.m. Costa Rica Saludos,Ing. Eduardo Castro Martinez, Microsoft SQL Server MVP

Bases de datos y computación en la nube

Les comparto una presentación sobre cloud computing: conceptos básicos y bases de datos en la nube.Plataforma de computacion en la nubeView more presentations from Eduardo Castro. Saludos,Ing. Eduardo Castro Martinez, Microsoft SQL Server MVPCosta RicaNote: Cross posted from Eduardo Castro.

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Charla Virtual Tablas y Colas en Windows Azure!

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Las Tablas Windows Azure ofrecen la capacidad de almacenar entidades estructuradas no relacionales en el servicio Windows Azure Storage altamente escalable.  Venga a aprender esta sesión sobre las nuevas características para las Tablas y Colas Windows Azure, así como consejos, trucos y guía de rendimiento. Registrate en https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032443826&EventCategory=4&culture=es-AR&CountryCode=ARIdiomas:
   Español. Productos:
   Windows Azure. Audiencia:
   Programador/desarrollador de programas. Duración:
60 Minutos Fecha de Inicio:miércoles, 30 de junio de 2010 09:00 a.m. Costa Rica Saludos,Ing. Eduardo Castro M.Note: Cross posted from Eduardo Castro.

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Privacy and Security Policies in SQL Azure

Privacy and Security are two of the main concerns when considering to store mission critical data in the SQL Azure Infrastructure. Microsoft has released two White Papers that answers some of the questions about the security and privacy of cloud data. You can download them from Privacy in the Cloud Computing EraSecuring Microsoft’s Cloud InfrastructureRegards,Ing. Eduardo Castro Martínez, PhD – Microsoft SQL Server MVP http://mswindowscr.orghttp://comunidadwindows.orgCosta Rica Technorati Tags: SQL ServerLiveJournal Tags: SQL Serverdel.icio.us Tags: SQL Serverhttp://ecastrom.blogspot.comhttp://ecastrom.wordpress.comhttp://ecastrom.spaces.live.comhttp://universosql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresqlserver.wordpress.comhttp://mswindowscr.org/blogs/sql/default.aspxhttp://citicr.org/blogs/noticias/default.aspxhttp://sqlserverpedia.blogspot.com/Note: Cross posted from Eduardo Castro.

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SQL Server high-availability and disaster-recovery architectures

I want to share with you a new whitepaper written by Paul S. Randal that describes the five most commonly deployed high-availability and disaster-recovery architectures deployed by customers, along with a case study of each. It covers: Failover Clustering for High Availability with Database Mirroring for Disaster Recovery Database Mirroring for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Geo-Clustering for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Failover Clustering for High Availability Combined with SAN-Based Replication for Disaster Recovery Peer-to-Peer Replication for High Availability and Disaster Recovery You can download it from http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/B/D/5BD13FFA-5E34-4AE1-9AA0-C6E6951B8FC8/SQL%20Server%202008%20R2%20High%20Availability%20Architecture%20White%20Paper.docxRegards,Ing. Eduardo Castro Martínez, PhD – Microsoft SQL Server MVPhttp://mswindowscr.orghttp://comunidadwindows.orgCosta RicaTechnorati Tags: SQL ServerLiveJournal Tags: SQL Serverdel.icio.us T…

Need to consolidate SQL Server?

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If you need to consolidate your SQL Server instances, a paper you must read is the “SQL Server Consolidation Guidance” avaialable at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee819082.aspxIf you are thinking in virtualization please considerer the newer processors is second-level address translation (SLAT), also known as nested paging. AMD refers to this technology as NPT, and Intel calls this EPT in their respective processors. The following graph (taken from the Consolidation Guidance) shows how application workload can benefit from the use of SLAT to achieve linear scale and improved performance.Regards,Eduardo Castro Martinez – Microsoft SQL Server MVP http://mswindowscr.orghttp://comunidadwindows.orgCosta Rica Technorati Tags: SQL ServerLiveJournal Tags: SQL Serverdel.icio.us Tags: SQL Serverhttp://ecastrom.blogspot.comhttp://ecastrom.wordpress.comhttp://ecastrom.spaces.live.comhttp://universosql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresqlserver.wordpress.comh…

SQL Server high-availability and disaster-recovery architectures

I want to share with you a new whitepaper written by Paul S. Randal that describes the five most commonly deployed high-availability and disaster-recovery architectures deployed by customers, along with a case study of each. It covers: Failover Clustering for High Availability with Database Mirroring for Disaster Recovery Database Mirroring for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Geo-Clustering for High Availability and Disaster Recovery Failover Clustering for High Availability Combined with SAN-Based Replication for Disaster Recovery Peer-to-Peer Replication for High Availability and Disaster Recovery You can download it from http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/B/D/5BD13FFA-5E34-4AE1-9AA0-C6E6951B8FC8/SQL%20Server%202008%20R2%20High%20Availability%20Architecture%20White%20Paper.docxRegards,Ing. Eduardo Castro Martínez, PhD – Microsoft SQL Server MVPhttp://mswindowscr.orghttp://comunidadwindows.orgCosta RicaTechnorati Tags: SQL ServerLiveJournal Tags: SQL Serverdel.icio.us T…

Need to consolidate SQL Server?

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If you need to consolidate your SQL Server instances, a paper you must read is the “SQL Server Consolidation Guidance” avaialable at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee819082.aspxIf you are thinking in virtualization please considerer the newer processors is second-level address translation (SLAT), also known as nested paging. AMD refers to this technology as NPT, and Intel calls this EPT in their respective processors. The following graph (taken from the Consolidation Guidance) shows how application workload can benefit from the use of SLAT to achieve linear scale and improved performance.Regards,Eduardo Castro Martinez – Microsoft SQL Server MVP http://mswindowscr.orghttp://comunidadwindows.orgCosta Rica Technorati Tags: SQL ServerLiveJournal Tags: SQL Serverdel.icio.us Tags: SQL Serverhttp://ecastrom.blogspot.comhttp://ecastrom.wordpress.comhttp://ecastrom.spaces.live.comhttp://universosql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresql.blogspot.comhttp://todosobresqlserver.wordpress.comh…