Search Results for: Policy Based Management

Top 10 Policy-Based Management Policies from MSSQLTIPS.com

Whenever I give a presentation about Policy-Based Management I always mention that www.mssqltips.com has a great library of policies to import. To this point I never provided a top ten list of recommended policies.  In no particular order are ten … Continue reading

Policy-Based Management Myths Series Finale

Welcome to the Policy-Based Management myths finale.  Do to some great questions at SQL Saturday # 61 in DC I am going to focus on some myths that come up with Policy-based Management.  Today is the final installment, you can … Continue reading

Policy-Based Management Myths (2 of 3)

A few weekends ago I gave an “Introduction to Policy-Based Management and Central Management System” at SQL Saturday 61 in DC. Do to some great questions I am going to focus on some myths that come up with Policy-based Management … Continue reading

Policy-Based Management Myths (1 of 3)

A few weekends ago I gave an “Introduction to Policy-Based Management and Central Management System” at SQL Saturday 61 in DC. Do to some great questions I am going to focus on some myths that come up with Policy-based Management this … Continue reading

Monitor your SQL Server farm with Policy-Based Management and Central Management Server

This past weekend I had a blast at SQL Saturday #61 in Reston, VA.  I gave a brand new topic on “Monitoring your SQL Server farm with Policy-Based Management and Central Management Server.” I showed everyone how I run my … Continue reading

Intro to Policy-Based Management and Central Management Server

SQL Rally slide deck is avaiable here. SQL Satuday in Houston slide deck is avaiable here (1.5MB pdf). You can download the slide deck and sample scripts from SQL Saturday #61 in DC here. Central Management Examples Configure your first Central Management Server … Continue reading

I don’t get the Data and Log File Location Policy.

Recently I have been spending some time to evaluate Policy Based Management.  Its a nice tool to monitor SQL Server and to prevent bad things from occurring.  At work we have a nice sized SQL Server farm so I am … Continue reading

Community

Here is a list of several different ways I pay it forward within the SQL Server Community from Austin, Texas. Contact me if you would like me to speak at your event I was a Microsoft Data Platform MVP. (2016 … Continue reading

Upcoming Presentations

It’s an honor to always be able to give back to the SQL Server Community. I would never be where I am today with out others helping me along the way.  I look forward connecting and sharing with everyone at … Continue reading

T-SQL Tuesday #50: Automation for LazyDBAs!

T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party hosted by a different blogger each month. This blog party was started by Adam Machanic (blog|twitter). You can take part by posting your own participating post that fits the topic of the month. … Continue reading