I’ve recorded a bunch of SQL Server tutorial videos for SQLServerPedia, and we’re trickling them out as podcasts every Monday and Thursday. Today’s entry talks about the basics of SQL Server consolidation planning, and Thursday’s will cover how you can get bonused based off a successful consolidation project. You’re probably not going to get a raise this year because the economy’s in the toilet, but if you can prove how much real money you can save with consolidation, you might have a fighting chance at some moolah. (It worked for me.)
You can subscribe to the feeds at SQLServerPedia:
- MP4 (Apple) Video Feed
- WMV (Microsoft) Video Feed
- MP3 Audio-Only Feed
- Zune One-Click Subscribe for Video
- Zune One-Click Subscribe for MP3
All of the podcasts have always been (and will always be) about the SQL Server native tools, not Quest products. I’m only covering things that you can use right away without buying anything off the shelf. Well, except for SQL Server!
I’m also integrating every podcast into a SQLServerPedia wiki article. If you’re sneaky, you can poke around through SQLServerPedia and you’ll notice some articles have videos that haven’t hit the podcast stream yet. That’s because I record a bunch of videos ahead of time, and I go ahead and embed ‘em in wiki articles right away, but they trickle out through the podcast stream at the rate of two per week.
If there’s any topics you’d like to see covered, let me know.