This month T-SQL Tuesday topic – ‘Setting learning goals for 2018’ is an apt and timely one. It is the perfect time to look back & identify things which you could have done differently – and most importantly set targets and goals for the year ahead.
The default trace provides lot of information about the security and health of your SQL Server instance. It is a great resource to track changes made to your SQL instance and can be used for auditing purpose.
Microsoft SQL Operations Studio is forked from Visual Studio Code, and hence is extremely light weight, customizable and easy to use. The amount of customization you can do are endless, and once you start playing with this tool you will realize its true potential. In this article, I will focus on a feature which has been one of the topmost request in the Connect site for SSMS – the Dark Theme.
Today Microsoft announced the Public Preview of their free lightweight cross platform tool called as ‘SQL Operations Studio’. It runs on Windows, macOS and Linux for SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Data Warehouse. There was already a lot of excitement about this tool in the community after it was announced during the PASS Summit by Rohan Kumar.
Indexes play a critical role in enhancing your database performance by facilitating faster query execution. Having the right indexes in place can speed up the process of fetching data from your underlying tables whereas having redundant indexes can hurt the performance negatively.
This month TSQL Tuesday topic – ‘TSQL Tuesday #96: Folks Who Have Made a Difference’ hosted by Ewald Cress is an interesting one and comes at a good time – right before Thanksgiving. It is a great opportunity to recognize all the folks in the #sqlfamily who have made positive contributions in your life and help you move forward.
It’s been a week since PASS Summit 2017. It was a great conference with lot of informative sessions. Special mention to the awesome sessions by the Microsoft Tiger Team on SQL Server 2017. I tried attending most of these sessions presented by Bob Ward, Pedro Lopes, Joseph Sack and Parikshit Savjani. I have been presenting […]