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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
That post does a big injustice to the subject and has no backing to the end result
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
What about MSCS on a VM is more complex or problematic exactly?
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
Sorry, but there are a lot of misconceptions around this and that doesn't help at all
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@chuckboycejr 27 Nov 12
it's absolutely true based on many real world experiences.I love technology, but I know IT.
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
If you have that kind of silo problem a physical cluster will fail just as easily.
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
I see the same issues with physical clusters as I do with VM clusters all the time
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@chuckboycejr 27 Nov 12
no it won't and that's why it's preferred by me. just sharing my experience.
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Robert L Davis 27 Nov 12
Agree with Jonathan. As long as the VM is administered properly.
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@chuckboycejr 27 Nov 12
that's exactly my point - the latter can't often be relied upon.
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
better to fix that problem than shun the technology and benefits
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
This is exactly why we do a half day of IE3 on Virtualization for DBAs
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Robert L Davis 27 Nov 12
That's why it's important to have good working relationships with the 1/2
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@chuckboycejr 27 Nov 12
In large IT shops, the DBA often has no ability to influence other teams.
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Robert L Davis 27 Nov 12
various other admins you work with (VM, SAN, etc). 2/2
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
Having good relationships between teams and asking the right questions is key
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
I respectfully disagree. They often blame tech incorrectly killing the talks
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@chuckboycejr 27 Nov 12
right,but that doesn't change people's priorities & workloads.
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Robert L Davis 27 Nov 12
I worked at MSFT and my team did that when others around us failed to do so
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Jonathan Kehayias 27 Nov 12
Before I was a consultant I never had that issue in 4 different large shops
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