Andrew Zanevsky

Andrew
Zanevsky

Andrew Zanevsky is the owner of AZ Databases, where he provides remote SQL Server database administration, monitoring, and development services. He's one of the founding board directors of PASS.

Articles
Sample SQL Server Management Studio column chart
Generating Charts and Drawings in SQL Server Management Studio 8
You don't have to settle for T-SQL's monochrome text output. These stored procedures let you quickly and easily turn your SELECT queries' output into colorized charts and even computer-generated art.
A Cool Way to Spy on the Output Buffer 5
Is a particular process taking a long time to execute? Use DBCC OUTPUTBUFFER to sneak a peek at a process's output buffer and track down the problem.

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Jul 17, 2017
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How Inferred Linking in Matched Records Digs Deeper into Your Data

Duplicate records clutter databases and render the data within them unclear. This kind of problem is very common, and it’s the main reason that deduping software exists. But there’s another benefit to deduplication software: the ability to infer connections between individual records from various data sets....More
May 22, 2017
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Chief Data Officer Playbook: How to Be Successful in This Ground-Breaking Role

Companies looking to grow and extract value from their data are increasingly turning to Chief Data Officers (CDOs) to execute their data strategy. The role is new, and a playbook is necessary to address the many challenges CDOs face....More
May 12, 2017
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5 Common Challenges to Building BI in the Cloud

After spending 20 years building analytics, BI and database solutions, I've focused on Cloud data solutions over the past 2 years. I've chosen 5 common challenges that I face every day with Cloud migrations and that you'll face in your Cloud BI projects....More

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