SQL Server Performance Newsletter
Monday, March 25, 2019

How SQL Server monitoring benefits your whole organization

In this new whitepaper, we take you through the ways a robust SQL Server monitoring solution has a positive impact across your organization, from the development teams to IT management, and from finance to the C-suite:

  • When the advantages of SQL Server monitoring extend to your Development Team
  • Why even your Executive Team benefit, with deeper insight into risk, efficiencies, and return on investment
  • Where IT management can use monitoring for better agility, proactiveness, and data management
  • How SQL Server monitoring benefits your whole organization
  • How to choose the right tool for you and your organization

  • Download this new whitepaper now

Understanding SQL Server Change Data Capture
SQL Server Performance
DBA’s often encounter a requirement to audit DML activity such as INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE operations executed against a particular table or a group of tables in a particular database. READ MORE...
SQL Server Machine Learning Services – Part 1: Python Basics
Simple Talk
Python is a very popular language used for many purposes including machine learning. SQL Server 2017 supports Python with its Machine Learning Services component. Robert Sheldon explains how to get started using Python in SQL Server in the first article of this series. READ MORE...
SQL Server Adds Even More New Features In Data Science
One of the great promises of AI is contextual processing that come naturally to humans, such as understanding visual input and natural language. You can now get in on the new previews from Microsoft to accomplish these goals. READ MORE...
Deciding On Encryption At Rest For An Azure Virtual Machine
SQL Chick
I have been getting more familiar with the encryption-at-rest capabilities in Azure for virtual machines (VMs). This post covers two options: Storage Service Encryption (SSE) and Disk Encryption. READ MORE...
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