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Derek Seaman's Blog

Derek a fellow VMware vExpert took the time to write a blog about Jeff Szastak's and my presentation at VMworld 2012. He did a great job of summarizing what he heard. Here is a link to this blog article. I would also check out his many other Blogs. A lot of good information here.

Derek Seaman's Blog VMworld 2012: Virtualizing SQL Server 2012 APP-BCA1516

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