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Tag Archives: Microsoft SQL Server
Fpweb.net has added managed database to its managed services. The managed database offering is available on-premises, or in any cloud, with around-the-clock, USA-based support and a six-minute response service level agreement. Fpweb.net is a Microsoft Network Partner with 1.9 billion … Continue reading
If you’re all caught up on my first post regarding Installing & Configuring SQL Server for SharePoint Farms, then let’s happily move forward with my next installment of “SharePointing SQL Server: The Next Byte…” Hello everyone! The sun is shining … Continue reading
Want easy, seamless integration between your company’s network and Fpweb.net’s SharePoint Cloud? How about Disaster Recovery (DR) failover with fast, secure Virtual Machine (VM) replication across the Internet? New updates in the core Microsoft server product lineup are closing the … Continue reading
(Don Conrad, a.k.a. “Don SQL”, is Fpweb.net’s resident database wizard and expert in all things Microsoft SQL related. In this post he examines the next version of SQL Server. Missed an installment of The Next Byte? Check out Don’s complete … Continue reading
…THE NEXT BYTE The Next Byte is our series of posts about the relationship between SQL Server 2008 and Microsoft SharePoint, written by database administrator Don Conrad. Missed the last post? Please read “Microsoft SQL Server: The Database Behind SharePoint”. … Continue reading
… THE NEXT BYTE A high-level overview of what databases are, and how SQL Server fits the mold. What is a database? Why do we need one? How does SQL Server fit the mold?