Gabriela Nanau

Gabriela
Nanau

Gabriela Nanau is the DBA at the Cornerstone Group of Companies in Toronto. She's an MCDBA and MCITP Database Administrator.

Articles
Using a Variable to Store the WMI Data Reader Task's Output 1
In an SSIS package, you can use a WMI Data Reader task to obtain WMI data from servers. Here's what you need to do to store the task's output in a variable.
Use SSIS to Access WMI Data on Multiple Servers 3
Using SSIS's WMI Data Reader task, you can collect a lot of useful information about the hardware and software installed on your servers.
Improving the Index_Evaluation_USP Stored Procedure 2
Some refinements to Index_Evaluation_USP make this T-SQL stored procedure more effective and easier to use to identify tables without indexes, indexes that aren't being used, and indexes that aren't being used efficiently.

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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 11: A Fork in the Road

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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 10: Dynamic Detection Gotcha #3

You can interject a SQL Server Job Step into your Jobs and have this new/injected Job Step do some checking for you. Here's a look at everything that’s involved in such an approach....More
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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 9: Dynamic Detection Gotcha #2 3

Given that a USE statement is parsed before code is actually run, there are a few options that could be used as a around when it comes to detecting whether or not code should be run....More
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