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Oct 24

Move Data from SQL Server to Azure Blob Storage with Incremental Changes – Part 1

By Ginger Daniel | Azure , Cloud , SQL Administration , SQL Development , SQL Server

One of many options for Reporting and Power BI is to use Azure Blob Storage to access source data.  Most of the documentation available online demonstrates moving data from SQL Server to an Azure Database, however my client needed data to land in Azure Blob Storage as a csv file, and needed incremental changes to […]

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Aug 09

AlwaysOn – Create a Basic Availability Group

By Ginger Daniel | Always On , SQL 2016 , SQL 2017 , SQL Administration , SQL Server

AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups (BAGs) are available with SQL Server 2016 and 2017 Standard edition.  The functionality is generally the same as database mirroring (which has been deprecated).  This feature replicates transactions to a database on a secondary server, and is useful for disaster recovery should something happen to the primary server. If you have […]

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Aug 09

AlwaysOn – Create a Basic Availability Group

By Ginger Daniel | Always On , SQL 2016 , SQL 2017 , SQL Administration , SQL Server

AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups (BAGs) are available with SQL Server 2016 and 2017 Standard edition.  The functionality is generally the same as database mirroring (which has been deprecated).  This feature replicates transactions to a database on a secondary server, and is useful for disaster recovery should something happen to the primary server. If you have […]

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Feb 08

Notification for Restored Database

By Ginger Daniel | Backup and Restore , Database Mail , SQL Administration , SQL Server

According to best practices for a SQL environment, you should never place your test or development databases on a production server. However sometimes best practices are ignored, sometimes the DBA’s advice is disregarded (ahem…), or sometimes an organization simply does not have the financial resources to spin up separate servers for testing or development. Whatever […]

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