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Recently, Tech Target was nice enough to ask me to start writing a series of articles for their SearchSQLServer.com website. I have often made good use of articles on their family of websites. I hope that the articles that I compose will prove helpful as well.
I chose Row Level Security(RLS) for my first article for several ...
If you are
tired today maybe you could take your time and spend the whole weekend with the
SQL Server 2014 and Azure?
The new MVA course is ready :) and waiting for you. Just visit the
link http://bit.ly/1CXZT90 and enjoy. Watch out - it's in Polish
SQL Server as IaaS - means SQL Server on ...
I've received a number of requests over the past couple of years for an Azure-specific version of sp_whoisactive. Given the combination of a lack of interesting DMVs available in Azure and my general lack of interest in all things Azure related, creating a modified version of the proc has not exactly been a top priority.
Luckily, now I don't have ...
Last week I spoke at the SQL Konferenz in Darmstad near Frankfurt. The conference was great and I meet a lot of good SQL friends over there. For anyone interested here you can find slide & demos of the session I delivered:
(Near) Real-Time Data Integration with SQL Server, On-Premises & Cloud ...
As many of us I’m passionate about informatics *and* mathematics which, of course, lead me to be passionate about the outcome of their marriage: Databases and Machine Learning.
Now that Machine Learning is becoming a kind of a “commodity” thanks to AzureML I can finally start to use it in any projects, even the not-so-big-ones.
AzureML, for ...
Today I faced a really nasty problem. I’m really getting in love with Azure and especially with SQL Server hosted in Azure VM. It opens up a huge amount of opportunities, for small, medium and big companies, since they can have everything they ask for but without the burden of having to maintain a server factory.
That’s very cool, but the ...
For the past few months at work I’ve been diving headlong into a service on Microsoft Azure called Azure Automation which is, to all intents and purposes, a service for hosting and running Powershell scripts (properly termed “runbooks”). I’ve got a lot to say and a lot to share about Azure Automation and this is the first such post.
Each time ...
If you are tired today maybe you could take your time and spend the whole weekend with the SQL Server 2014 and Azure?
The new MVA course is ready :) and waiting for you. Just visit the link http://bit.ly/1tJCTts and enjoy. Watch out - it's in Polish :)
The topics covered:backup encryptionmanual backup to Azure storagesmart backup :)buffer ...
I have the privilege of being selected to fill two slots this weekend at #SQLSaturday349 in Salt Lake City. The venue is simultaneously hosting the Big Mountain Data event.
My talks are:
To the Cloud, Infinity, & Beyond: Top 10 Lessons Learned at MSIT
Columnstore Indexes in SQL Server 2014: Flipping the DW /faster ...
Update: Turns out there's an even easier way of achieving this than the method I've described in this blog post. Joe Levy explains all in the comments below.
I’ve been doing a lot of work lately using Azure Automation to run (what are essentially) Powershell scripts against Azure. Recently the ability for those scripts authenticate against ...