Sanjay Joshi

Sanjay
Joshi

Sanjay Joshi is a SQL Server expert who has worked as a database consultant with Fortune 500 companies around the world. He specializes in SQL Server–based technical solutions for efficient data management.

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Protect Your SQL Objects from Unwanted Changes
Using Data Definition Language (DDL) triggers at the database level is a good start for preventing unwanted changes in a relational database management system (RDBMS).
A Data Purge Process
By purging the data that's no longer needed to meet legal and business requirements, companies can improve the overall daily performance of their SQL Server systems and more precisely estimate future storage and server needs.

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AlwaysOn Availability Groups and SQL Server Jobs, Part 5: Setting Up Failover Alerts

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