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||wunderbar||Support||Uncategorized||3 weeks ago||
||wunderbar||General Discussion||Hardware||1 year ago||
Suddenly the option to log in with social accounts has disappeared. I'm assuming this was done on purpose, but I'd like to voice my displeasure at it.
I know you had previously disabled the ability to create new thurrott accounts using social accounts, but allowed those with existing accounts to continue using that method.
Honestly I'd just like an explanation as to why such a significant change was made without telling anyone first.
So this might be a shot in the dark for the Thurrott community, though I know the crossover is quite large here.
Does anyone know of any resources/white papers that specifically state that it’s ok to run a VM with SQL on the same virtual host as other services (something like sharepoint)? My manager is stuck in 2012 and thinks the term “physically separated” means a completely different host cluster and not “not on the same OS install”
He’s trying to reference 4 year old design documents where a vendor said that SQL and sharepoint should be on different physical boxes, and they literally meant if you’re installing on physical boxes, not a VM infrastructure.
But 2 of us cannot convince him that having a separate VM Cluster ans SAN literally just for SQL is a waste of resources.
I’m trying to build my case, and have found a lot of good resources to point him to, but ideally I need some kind of design document that literally shows SQL and Sharepoint running on the same Virtual Host Cluster.