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DBA Mastery

I am a very experienced multi platform Database Administrator (SQL Server, Azure SQL DB, Oracle and MySQL). I have more than 10 years of experience in the database administration field, working for large scale US based companies (multiple industries). I have multiple SQL Server certifications under my belt (MCP, MCTS, MCSA, MCSE), during my spare time I like to help others using the #SQLHelp hashtag in Twitter. I hope you find all the information/DBA tips shared in this blog useful

Archives: May 2018

Is your SQL Server environment ready for GDPR? Part 1

Unless you have been living under a rock lately, you have not heard about GDPR. This has been hot topic in any technology website, blogs and social media network for the last past 2 weeks and even more today because this data regulation goes effective today (05/25).

In this post,… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 25 May 2018

SQL Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability assessment is probably one of the most underrated new security features in SSMS 17. This feature is not new to SQL Server though, it already exists on Azure SQL DB but it was finally introduced in SSMS with the version 17.

If you are supporting a SQL Server environment… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 21 May 2018

Reviewing the SQL Server ERROR log


The SQL Server ERROR log is the best source to understand what’s wrong with your SQL Server instance, think this log is like your flight recorder.

In case you are not too familiar with the SQL Server ERROR log, the xp_readerrorlog extended stored procedure is your friend; and as… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 10 May 2018