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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: October 2018

Is your SQL Server environment ready for GDPR? Part 2

In my previous blog post of this topic, I talked about the definition of what GDPR is and also described the first two phases of Microsoft’s recommended workflow in order to be in compliance with this data regulation.

The Discovery and Manage phase was about discovering where the sensitive data… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 30 October 2018

Creating Wait stats widget on Azure Data Studio for macOS

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released a new multi-platform tool called Azure Data Studio, this tool is the final version of SQL Operations Studio. If you are familiar to SQLOps, you probably recall that this tool 100% open source, and because of that you can customize the JSON code… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 9 October 2018

Starting SSMS with a specific connection and script file

Have you ever wanted SSMS to start and automatically and establish a connection to your DBA \ hub server and have your daily routine queries already open ready to run?

Good news, that is totally possible. SSMS actually uses the SSMS.exe in the background which has multiple options such as… Read more

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Posted in DBA Mastery on 2 October 2018