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Understanding, Planning and Configuring Distributed Cache Service || Part 1

Hi All,

Major expectation raised by user for SharePoint other then Search ,is to have Good User Experience and Faster in it operation.

In Order to improve SharePoint User experience, Microsoft added a new feature called Distributed Cache service, it cache frequently requested information and made it available quickly to… Read more

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Posted in AshishSharePointBlog on 29 June 2015

Columnstore Indexes – part 57 (“Segment Alignment Maintenance”)

Continuation from the previous 56 parts, the whole series can be found at http://www.nikoport.com/columnstore/ In this post I want to focus on a very important aspect of Columnstore Indexes maintenance – Segment Alignment. I have extensively blogged and presented on…

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Posted in Niko's blog on 28 June 2015

Speaking at PASS Summit 2015

I will reveal no big secret that on the night when email notifications of PASS Summit selection are sent, I can’t get a real sleep, no matter how hard I try. PASS Summit is the biggest and the most important…

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Posted in Niko's blog on 28 June 2015

Getting Started with Azure DocumentDB Programming

In my previous post in the series, I provided a short explanation on how to register your very first Azure DocumentDB account and play around in the Azure Portal.

If you haven’t read it yet, please read it first here: http://www.madeirasql.com/my-first-azure-documentdb-account

In this post, I’ll help you get started with… Read more

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Posted in Eitan Blumin on 28 June 2015

Congrats Summit 2015 Speakers

The PASS Summit 2015 Speaker list has been released and I wanted to congratulate everyone that was accepted. It’s a great honor and I’m proud to be on the list once again.

I also apologize to everyone that submitted and wasn’t accepted. I hadn’t planned on submitted, but part of… Read more

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Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 26 June 2015

#SQLVacation Finale in the Music City – Nashville, TN

 

All good things must come to an end and, after logging almost 1400 miles on the road, the #SQLVacation road trip returns to its home city – Nashville, TN, the “Music City”. Eight SQL Server users groups, eight matching blog posts, two hundred t-shirts, and many hundreds of… Read more

1 comments, 88 reads

Posted in Kevin E. Kline on 26 June 2015

Upcoming SQL Saturday Precon Training – Columbus OH

I have an exciting training session announcement! On Friday, July 10th, I will be presenting a full-day training class ahead of the SQL Saturday event in Columbus, OH entitled “SQL Server Virtualization for VM Admins“.  (DBAs are very welcomed too!)

Abstract:  This full-day course is an introduction… Read more

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Posted in Technobabble by Klee from @kleegeek on 26 June 2015

009 – Sam Vanga - WaterOx Consulting

Reading Time: 2 minutes

A Friend (or Redgate) You Want To Have! In WOxPod!, episode #...

The post 009 – Sam Vanga appeared first on WaterOx Consulting.

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Posted in WaterOx SQL on 26 June 2015

The Whole Pie

Today should be such an exciting day, the day the speakers are announced for the 2015 PASS Summit. But as someone who has been involved with the process for the last 6 Summits, it’s a day that I usually turn my Twitter feed off because there’s always those one or… Read more

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Posted in SQL Swimmer on 26 June 2015

PASS Summit Selection Process

I was thinking today about why I submit sessions to speak at the PASS Summit.

My first summit was in Denver back around 2006 or 2007. We (my boss and me) saw an ad for it on SQL Server Central. We enjoyed every minute of the Summit and… Read more

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Posted in The Smiling DBA on 26 June 2015

SQLSaturday #410 - Chattanooga, TN - This Weekend!

Kicking off the SQLSaturday#410 event down in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the Pre-Con event Tune Like a Guru, by SQLGuru Kevin Boles, covering a wide array of topics that form the backbone of my SQL Server performance analysis and tuning work. As a long-time relational engine consultant Kevin has repeatedly found… Read more

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Posted in Pearl Knows on 25 June 2015

Top 3 Questions Before Submitting to a SQL Saturday

Hello Dear Reader!  We are coming up upon the 9th SQL Saturday for Orlando.  Orlando is where SQL Saturday began, and the home to some pretty amazing speakers.

We, the SQL Saturday Orlando Team, are hard at work getting ready for the event.  Our Call for Speakers ends…

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Posted in SQLBalls on 25 June 2015

24 Hours of PASS: The Data Loading Performance Presentation – Slide Deck and Scripts

Thanks to everyone who attended my 24 Hours of PASS session, The Data Loading Performance Presentation.

It was a lot of fun taking part in such a special event.

The slide deck and scripts I used in the session can be downloaded here.

The post 24 Hours of PASS:… Read more

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Posted in Matan Yungman on 25 June 2015

ExpressProfiler: say "Hi!" to new developer!

I glad to introduce new member of Express Profiler team - Chris Moore!
He has many ideas and eager to implement them.
Welcome onboard, Chris!

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Posted in SQL Code Guard on 25 June 2015

SQL Azure has T-SQL Jobs - Well Almost

SQL Azure has T-SQL Jobs - Well Almost
JUNE 25, 2015

Introduction
One thing that has been lacking in Azure SQL Database is the ability to write database jobs in Transact-SQL. Recently, Microsoft has introduced T-SQL database jobs this functionality in Elastic Database Jobs. This article will talk about the…

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Posted in Pie in the Sky on 25 June 2015

SQL Server Infernals – Circle 2: Generalizers

Object-Oriented programming taught us that generalizing is a good thing and, whenever possible, we should do it. Complex class hierarchies are a good way of reusing code, hitting the specialized classes only when a special implementation is needed.

In the database world, the concept doesn’t play exactly well.

What they…

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1 comments, 139 reads

Posted in SpaghettiDBA on 24 June 2015

Working at Microsoft – A Year in Reflection

Last year after starting my new job with Microsoft as a Senior Consultant I wrote an article about my interviewing experience with many companies during my tenure at my last employer (Click here for article).  I realized it is now time to talk about my journey to Microsoft. It has…

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Posted in TheSqlPro.com - Ayman El-Ghazali on 24 June 2015

Why does sqlpackage.exe not compare after the pre deployment script has run?

It isn't a Pre compare script

When you use SSDT to deploy your dacpac, a pre deployment script lets you run some T-SQL scripts before the script which brings your database up to date with your dacpac.

The important thing to note is that the process is:

  • sqlpackage compares the…

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Posted in Ed Elliott's Sql Developer Blog on 24 June 2015

Adding Extended Properties to a Table

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers.

I had the need recently to get put an extended property on a table in a database. I could easily have done this in SSMS, and have used… Read more

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Posted in The Voice of the DBA on 24 June 2015

Some simple examples of querying xml with sql

XML is a beast if you've never tackled it. Here are some simple examples of what I discovered as I experimented and walked through obtaining values out of a XML column.

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Posted in SQL Barbarian on 24 June 2015

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