Tag: Microsoft SQL Server

How to Store Performance Counters Directly on SQL Server Using TypePerf Command

Introduction Every DBA should know that the baseline is one of the most important pieces to make a proactive troubleshoot to discover potential problems in your SQL Server environment. The baseline is a key point to measure the instance performance…

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Automate SQL Server Version and Database Compatibility Report Using PowerShell

Sandeep Arora, SQL Server Database Consultant, provides a script for automating SQL Server Version and Database Compatibility Report by using PowerShell.

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SQL Server Security Review Using PowerShell

Sandeep Arora, SQL Server Database Consultant, explains how to automate a SQL Server Security review using PowerShell.

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Log Buffer #482: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Fahd Mirza, Oracle Database Administrator at Pythian, highlights top blogs posts in the worlds of Oracle, SQL Server and MySQL.

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Transparent Data Encryption for SQL Server in an Availability Group

Daniel Holt, Database Administrator at Pythian, discusses transparent data encryption for SQL Server in an availability group.

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Installing SQL Server 2016 – Standalone Instance – New Features

Daniel Holt, Database Administrator at Pythian, provides a step-by-step guide to installing SQL Server 2016, and highlights some of the new installation features.

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Installing Sample Databases To Get Started In Microsoft SQL Server

Daniel Holt, Database Administrator at Pythian, provides some examples of databases to work on, for new and future DBAs/Developers.

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Migrate a SQL Server environment with complex replication without reinitializing or rebuilding replication

Michelle Gutzait, one of Pythian’s SQL Server Experts, discusses how to migrate a SQL Server environment with complex replication without reinitializing or rebuilding replication.

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To apply or not to apply that Cumulative Update (CU)

Chris Presley, Solutions Architect at Pythian, discusses the pros and cons of applying Cumulative Updates on SQL Server.

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How to build a Multi-domain cluster with AlwaysOn Availability Groups – SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2016 is making lots of news, and promises to be a revolutionary SQL Server version. In talking about AlwaysOn Availability Groups, a very good number of improvements were already announced as part of the Basic Availability Groups. By…

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