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There has been quite a bit of talk recently about a performance issue I see on Windows Server 2008 - the use of the default Power Plan setting of Balanced.
January 3, 2011 | Greg Gonzalez | SQL Server, CPU Performance 0
Recently at SQLBits York I demonstrated the new SQL Sentry Plan Explorer (formerly known as the "Plan Viewer") and officially announced its upcoming release. 
October 20, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | Plan Explorer 0
I'm pleased to announce that highly regarded SQL Server MVP, Aaron Bertrand, will be joining the SQL Sentry team!
October 18, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | SQLFamily, SentryOne 0
SentryOne founder, Greg Gonzalez, recaps the 2010 SQL Server Immersion event in Boston.
April 5, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | Community, SQL Server 0
We just wrapped up what have been the busiest, most stress-filled, yet rewarding couple of weeks in recent memory. 
March 9, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | SQLSaturday 0
SQL Sentry v5.5 Release Candidate 2 was just published to the website.  Although it's a dot release, don't be fooled, v5.5 stands to be a watershed release for us in more ways than one.
February 24, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | SQL Sentry, SentryOne Builds 0
SentryOne founder, Greg Gonzalez, covers a “saving grace” that prevented things from being much worse when SSAS memory limits were inadvertently set to KB instead of bytes.
February 5, 2010 | Greg Gonzalez | SSAS, Windows 0
In part two, SentryOne founder, Greg Gonzalez, expands on analysis services memory limits.
June 19, 2009 | Greg Gonzalez | Memory Limits, SSAS 0
One of the least understood areas of Analysis Services performance seems to be that of memory limits – how they work, and how to configure them effectively. 
June 15, 2009 | Greg Gonzalez | Memory Limits, SSAS 0

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