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Category: Virtualization

Jonathan Kehayias : Troubleshooting CPU Performance on VMware

Jonathan Kehayias : Troubleshooting CPU Performance on VMware

Jonathan Kehayias of SQLskills discusses SQL Server on VMware, and how to monitor CPU performance – with or without access to vCenter.

January Webinars Focus on Azure and Containers

January Webinars Focus on Azure and Containers

Kevin Kline (@kekline) invites you to three webinars coming up in January: A two-part series on the Azure platform, with Gavin Payne; and a session from Paul Stanton on running SQL Server inside Docker containers.

Got Virtualization? We Can Monitor It!

Lori Edwards (@loriedwards) provides a quick overview of our host and guest virtualization support for both VMware and Hyper-V in SQL Sentry.

SQL Sentry Custom Conditions for VMware

Melissa Connors (@MelikaNoKaOi) describes the VMware-specific custom conditions and their use cases in right-sizing your virtual environments.

Monitoring Tintri VM Stores : A Sneak Preview

Justin Randall (@jh_randall) provides an early preview of using SQL Sentry to visualize performance metrics from Tintri VM Stores.

SQL Sentry & SIOS iQ : The Integration Begins

Brian Davis (@brian78) walks through configuring Custom Conditions in SQL Sentry to work with the SIOS iQ machine learning platform for VMware environments.

VMware Workstation : "Internal Error"

Richard Douglas (@SQLRich) provides a quick tip on troubleshooting a less than helpful error message from VMware Workstation.

Always On Availability Groups & VMs

John Martin explains how Always On Availability Groups & Virtualization go hand in hand, but if you don't get it quite right, it can all go horribly wrong.

SQL Sentry v10 : Your world's about to get a whole lot bigger

With some homage to the Walking Dead, Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) gives an interesting overview of some of the exciting functionality coming in SQL Sentry v10.

SQL Sentry v9.0 : Virtualization, Cloud VMs, Global Baselines

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) explains major features in the SQL Sentry v9 release, including virtualization, cloud support, global baselines, and enhanced setup.

SQL Sentry v9.0 Virtualization Support : Hyper-V

Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) explains SQL Sentry Performance Advisor monitoring of Hyper-V virtual machines as a follow-up to his v9.0 announcement post.

SQL Sentry v9.0 Virtualization Support : VMware

Continuing from his v9.0 announcement post, Jason Hall (@SQLSaurus) describes SQL Sentry Performance Advisor monitoring of VMware guests and hosts.

VMworld in San Francisco

Allen White (@SQLRunr) talks about his recent experience at VMworld in San Francisco, his first official conference since joining SQL Sentry.