SQL Server 2008 Editions - 30 Oct 2008Commented on: 6 years ago
(November 3, 2008)
Is the Developer Edition meant to be installed on a centralized server and used by multiple developers, or do you need a separate license (Developer Edition) per developer?
PASS News: DTS Renamed Integration ServicesCommented on: 10 years ago
(October 8, 2004)
Good information for SQL fans like myself that did not have a chance to attend PASS! Thanks for the update!! Looking forward to your followups on ETL and ESPECIALLY the end user tool for Reporting...
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On SQL Servers where Availability Groups (or Mirroring) isn’t in play, I typically recommend keeping a combination of on-box backups along with copying said backups off-box as well. Obviously, keeping databases AND backups on the SAME server is the metaphorical equivalent of putting all of your eggs in one basket – and therefore something you should avoid like the plague....More
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