Victoria Launders

Victoria
Launders

Victoria Launders is a freelance consultant with more than 12 years of experience in database administration and design. She heads Specialist Data Systems and is the SQL Server database administrator for a large financial institution.

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Managing SQL Server Jobs 6
Use SQL Server jobs to automate processes that keep your server and databases functional.
Using SQL Server 7.0 Jobs 2
SQL Server 7.0 jobs let you schedule work how and when you need to. Here's how you can create and define jobs to automate repetitive database administration tasks.
SQL Server 7.0 Security 1
Security in SQL Server 7.0 is more flexible--and more complex--than in SQL Server 6.5. This overview includes a primer on the hottest new part of SQL Server 7.0 security: database roles, sets of permissions associated with specific functionality.

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

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