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Loading Data using R and PowerBI

I'm not a fan of R visuals in PowerBI. I recently learned I can use R to load data and native PowerBI visuals to display the data. Here's how.  Read more...
By Nick Burns 2017/10/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: r language
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Webinar: how to cut time & disk space for database provisioning by 99%

If you’ve ever worked in a team that uses a single, shared database for development, you know how time-consuming and frustrating it is to provision copies of production databases for development work. In this webinar on October 17, you’ll see how SQL Clone cuts out the pain of provisioning development databases.  Read more...
By 2017/10/16 (first published: 2017/10/11) | Source: Redgate | Category: webinar
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The Cloud is Better In At Least One Way

Azure SQL Database has a lot of integrity checks. Probably more than your local instance.  Read more...
By Steve Jones 2017/10/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Timing is Everything

Phil Factor on the wise habit of timing your database routines, to avoid relying on received wisdom about performance.  Read more...
By Phil Factor 2017/10/16 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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The Power of Python and SQL Server 2017

Python is new to SQL Server 2017. It is intended primarily to allow the use of Python-based machine-learning within SQL Server, but it can be used for far more than this, with any Python libraries or Frameworks. To provide an example of what is possible, Hitendra shows how to use the feature securely to provide intelligent application caching, where SQL Server can automatically indicate when data changes to trigger a cache refresh.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/10/16 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: python
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A Lightweight, Self-adjusting, Baseline-less Data Monitor

Can data alert us that something is going on, without baselines and thresholds?  Read more...
By Alex Chamchourine 2017/10/13 (first published: 2016/02/23) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: data monitoring
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A Double Dose of Trouble

On this Friday the 13th, in October, Steve Jones shares a disaster story.  Read more...
By Steve Jones 2017/10/13 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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How to import an existing database to ReadyRoll

The SQL Toolbelt includes ReadyRoll, which allows you to adopt a migrations-first approach to database source control and deployment. There are a number of different ways teams can get started with ReadRoll, and customers often ask how to get up and running when there is already an existing development database.  Read more...
By 2017/10/13 | Source: Redgate | Category: redgate
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A Freecon Halloween at the PASS Summit

If you're attending the PASS Summit in 2017, there's a Freecon day on Tuesday you can attend.  Read more...
By Press Release 2017/10/17 (first published: 2017/10/13) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: events
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The Blame Game

Equifax is blaming a single IT person for their data breach. Steve Jones worries this is a sign of things to come.  Read more...
By Steve Jones 2017/10/12 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs) in SQL2016

Implementing Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs) in existing SQL Server instances with AlwaysON  Read more...
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The importance of bringing Python to SQL Server

When SQL Server 2017 launched, Microsoft proudly announced that it was the first relational database engine to ship with built-in artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. But why Python and SQL Server? What is Python? And how does this compare to the R integration in SQL Server 2016?  Read more...
By 2017/10/12 | Source: Redgate | Category: python
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Statistics in SQL: Student’s t-test

Many undergraduates have misunderstood the name 'Students' in the t-test to imply that it was designed as a simple test suitable for students. In fact it was William Sealy Gosset, an Englishman publishing under the pseudonym Student, who developed the t-test and t distribution in 1908, as a way of making confident predictions from small sample sizes of normally-distributed variables. As Gosset's employer was Guinness, the brewer, Phil Factor takes a sober view of calculating it in SQL.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/10/12 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: statistics
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Stairway to SQL Server Agent - Level 2: Job Steps and Subsystems

SQL Server Agent jobs are made up of a series of one or more Job Steps. A job step is assigned to a specific job subsystem, which identifies the kind of work the job step is going to perform. Each job step runs in a separate security context, although each job also has an owner that determines who can modify the job.  Read more...
By Richard Waymire 2017/10/11 (first published: 2011/02/17) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: sql agent
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Time is Precious

Time might be the most precious commodity that Steve Jones has in managing life.  Read more...
By Steve Jones 2017/10/11 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: editorial
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Free eBook: Troubleshooting SQL Server: A Guide for the Accidental DBA

Three SQL Server MVPs (Jonathan Kehayias, Ted Krueger and Gail Shaw) provide fascinating insight into the most common SQL Server problems, why they occur, and how they can be diagnosed using tools such as Performance Monitor, Dynamic Management Views and server-side tracing. The focus is on practical solutions for removing root causes of these problems, rather than "papering over the cracks".  Read more...
By Press Release 2017/10/11 (first published: 2013/08/07) | Source: Redgate | Category: troubleshooting
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Webinar: how to cut time & disk space for database provisioning by 99%

If you’ve ever worked in a team that uses a single, shared database for development, you know how time-consuming and frustrating it is to provision copies of production databases for development work. In this webinar on October 17, you’ll see how SQL Clone cuts out the pain of provisioning development databases.  Read more...
By 2017/10/16 (first published: 2017/10/11) | Source: Redgate | Category: webinar
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Network Configuration of SQL Server Always On Availability Groups in Azure

Implementing SQL Server Failover Clustering in Azure virtual machines differs in several aspects from its on-premises implementations. These differences reflect some of the unique characteristics of the storage and network infrastructure services in the Microsoft cloud environment. In this article, Marcin Policht looks at the networking aspects of clustered deployments of SQL Server 2016 in Azure.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/10/11 | Source: Database Journal | Category: alwayson
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WorkPlace Encounters: Grappling With ASYNC_NETWORK_IO Waits

An account of a recent encounter we had with a peculiar wait event which was initially misdiagnosed.  Read more...
By Kenneth Igiri 2017/10/10 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: wait events
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Automated Database Provisioning for Development and Testing

If your development team needs to work on anonymised copies of the current production database, and if changes are being delivered rapidly as well, that could mean a lot of time and routine DevOps work copying databases. SQL Clone was designed for tasks like this. Grant Fritchey investigates whether you save time, effort and scripting over the more traditional approach, and at what point it makes sense to use it.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2017/10/10 | Source: SimpleTalk | Category: provisioning
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