Editorial: Reasons to Virtualize SQL ServerCommented on: 3 years ago
(December 12, 2011)
A major benefit of virtualization is related to licensing costs. More information about this and to download a "licensing calculator" visit the SQL Server Diaries blog article at http://...
In the environment at my workplace, for every job we've implemented an extra stemp which sends the information logged in the output file as an email attachment. The procedure...
How the New Database Security Law Affects YouCommented on: 5 years ago
(June 30, 2010)
The original article was very informative but this is even better! Thank you for the links to the actual Law. One thing is nor really clear though. Does this law apply outside the US borders?
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As summer nears, the Power BI Preview is making bigger waves with every weekly release. Popular data sources and a plethora of Power BI Designer enhancements are being released at light speed pace. Check out the highlights on what has been released and what we might see next....More
Over the past few years we did not hear anything from Microsoft about SQL Server on-premises business intelligence enhancements. The extended cricket-chirping silence left us speculating about the future of Reporting Services, Analysis Services and other key technologies that are being used today to power critical decision making solutions. Good news, the waiting and wondering is over. Microsoft recently announced significant SQL Server on-premises upgrades for business intelligence in numerous presentations at both //build and Ignite conferences....More
In the last few posts (posts 19 – 24) I’ve covered some high-level concerns and reviewed some details about how to implement and manage database backups against AlwaysOn Availability Group databases. Most of the information I’ve provided was pretty basic or elementary – along with some additional guidelines for things to watch out for when managing backups. Which is to say that backups are never something you can simply take for granted and they’re never something you just take lightly....More