links for 2009-11-03

  • ULSViewer allows users to open a ULS log file and display its contents in a user friendly format. Users can then perform advanced functions such as filtering, sorting, highlighting, loading logs, appending logs, etc in order to single out the data that is important to the user. This information can be used to diagnose problems with machines running ULS services, or to monitor machines and the events they create in realtime.

    * Highlight data of importance to the user on the fly
    * Append logs to other logs in order to track trends
    * Hide unimportant data
    * Only view critical log entries by sorting data by severity
    * Write rules to prompt the user when certain events occur
    * View your data in a spreadsheet instead of the text file ULS generates
    * Monitor remote machines logs that are running ULS services
    * Open multiple logs at the same time in order to compare log files.

  • everRun is a great choice for protecting Microsoft SQL Server high availability and related database applications:

    * Higher levels of SQL Server availability than competing failover solutions
    * Selectable fault-tolerance using a range of everRun products along with the "availability dial" of everRun VM
    * Simple to install and manage with no need for specialized staff experience or training
    * Solutions for both virtual and physical environments
    * Solutions for local, near distance and long distance availability and data protection
    * Choice of either locally-attached or networked storage
    * Built-in failover policy eliminates complex policy definition and the potential for policy errors
    * Sophisticated error detection is faster and more reliable than simple failover heartbeats
    * Cost effective high availability for a wide range of SQL Server environments


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