RunAs Radio

by Richard Campbell and Greg Hughes (info@runasradio.com) · · · · 54 subscribers

RunAs Radio is a weekly Internet Audio Talk Show for IT Professionals working with Microsoft products.

While at SQLConnections, Richard sat down with Brent Ozar for a rolling discussion about the things Brent is working about these days - how SQLAzure is stacking up, and how many performance problems that can be solved by 10Gb iSCSI and SSD drives. The conversation also dives into disaster recovery ...
While at Exchange Connections in Orlando, Richard sat down with Tony Redmond, former CTO of Hewlett Packard. Tony talks about how Microsoft's Office 365 is the 800 pound gorilla on the minds of many folks in the Exchange community. The conversation digs into the differing viewpoints of cloud technologies for ...
Richard and Greg talk to Ken Westin from ActiveTrak about mobile device security. The conversation ranges over securable smartphones, tablets and laptops. Ken also tells some stories about using GadgetTrak to break up a laptop theft ring. Check out GadgetTrak at www.gadgettrak.com.
Ed Horley Deploys IPv6! March 30, 2011
Richard flies solo to talk to Ed Horley about getting IPv6 deployed. In February 2011, IANA exhausted all the reserve IPv4 addresses, allocating them out to the five regional internet registries. APNIC, the registry for the Asia-Pacific area, is expected to run out of IPv4 first. So 2011 is going ...
Richard and Greg talk to Stephen Rose about where Windows is going. Stephen gives us some hints about Windows vNext and some ideas on how IT Pros are going to be able to manage the new diversity of devices coming into the workplace. Stephen also spends some time talking about ...
Richard flies solo to talk to the father of Powershell - Jeffrey Snover! Jeff talks about the core concepts of PowerShell, advances that happened from version 1 to 2 and some hints of what is coming in version 3. The discussion goes into some of the community extensions for PowerShell, ...
Richard and Greg talk to Steve Riley, late of Microsoft and Amazon, now with Riverbed Technology. Steve shares his thoughts on Riverbed's products, vloud technology and security. Steve mentioned Guy Rosen's Jack of All Clouds blog, and the State of the Cloud post at www.jackofallclouds.com.
Richard and Greg talk to Mark Russinovich, PhD, Technical Fellow and all around smart guy about Azure. In 2010 Mark moved from the Windows team to the Azure team, recognizing that the future of Microsoft lay in the cloud. Also, look for a quick conversation about Zero Day, Mark's upcoming ...
Show 200! Feb. 23, 2011
Hey, it's the 200th show! Richard and Greg invite Kim Tripp and Paul Randal to share a celebration of the past 200 shows. This may not be the most technical show we've ever done, but hey, you only do 200 shows once! Topics range over SQL Server training, water cooled ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Peter Schmidt about federation in Exchange 2010. While federation has been around for awhile in Exchange, the 2010 version gets away from connection Active Directory together and into a web services model that allows simple, limited visibility for other Exchange 2010 users into your ...
Richard and Greg talk to Karri Alexion-Tiernan, director of Product Management for Desktop Virtualization. Karri digs into desktop virtualization in general and application virtualization specifically. The conversation digs into some case studies with BMW and others to show the advantages of virtualization on the desktop. Check out the Springboard Series ...
Richard and Greg talk to Doug Splinter from avtex about Microsoft Lync. Lync is the new name and new version of Office Communications Server. Lync, like OCS before it, pulls together telephone, instant messaging, email and collaboration into a common interface and address book. Check out Lync at http://lync.microsoft.com/En-us/launch/Pages/launch.aspx.<img height="1" ...
Richard and Greg talk to Brian Randell about Microsoft Lab Management. Lab Management is a tool aimed at the development crowd, bundled with Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. But as Brian explains, Lab Management is also a powerful tool for IT Pros, making it easy to stand up a group of ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Pam Lahoud about SQL Server performance. Not just fighting slow queries, but planning in advance for poor performance behavior. The conversation digs into techniques to anticipate where performance problems will occur. Pam provides a list of great tools to use for understanding your performance ...
Richard and Greg talk to Brad McGehee about the challenges of working remotely. The conversation ranges over getting your home office set up right, negotiating with the family over work time and convincing your boss that you're actually working.
Richard and Greg talk to Susan Bradley, the SBS Diva! Susan digs into the new features of Small Business Server 2011. Check out the Microsoft SBS site at http://www.microsoft.com/oem/en/products/servers/Pages/sbs_overview.aspx. Susan also talks about the balance between SBS "on-premise" and the cloud offerings of Azure, BPOS and Office 365. Check out ...
Richard and Greg talk to Joel Oleson from Quest Software about Microsoft Office 365. Office 365 is Microsoft's cloud based offering for Office, Exchange, Sharepoint and Lync.
Richard talks to Amit Agarwal from Quest Software about Project Lucy. Projecy Lucy is a free Azure-based utility that analyzes SQL Traces to find performance bottlenecks and other problems. Check out Project Lucy at http://www.projectlucy.com/.
Richard talks to Ned Pyle from Microsoft Directory Services support. Ned, with his associate Ted Stephens, developed FRS2DFSR, a utility for assisting administrations migrating from File Replication Services (FRS) to Distributed File System Replication (DFSR). Check out Ned's blog post on the subject, with links to the white paper, the ...
Richard flies solo in a discussion with Kevin Kline about PASS and all things SQL Server. The conversation ranges over business intelligence, OLTP, SSDs, you name it! Check out the upcoming PASS SQLRally at http://www.sqlpass.org/sqlrally/2011/.