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Power BI Treemap Chart Step-by-Step Tutorial

Microsoft Power BI Desktop provides a wide variety of visuals to its users. Sometimes, one wants to conduct a comparative analysis, a simple way to explore the relationship between the data categories within a set hierarchy. Hence, when a decision revolves around understanding the relationship of each element, this visual can provide an insightful analysis. This article will highlight all the steps to create a treemap chart in Power BI Desktop.

2024-06-14

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Memory Grant Feedback Persistence in SQL Server 2022

By using input from real memory consumption during query execution, Memory Grant input Persistence in SQL Server 2022 is a potent feature that helps optimize query performance. In order to improve the accuracy of memory grant calculations for subsequent executions of the same or comparable queries, SQL Server gathers and stores this information.

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2024-06-12

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PostgreSQL is Now Faster than Pinecone, 75% Cheaper, with New Open Source Extensions

Two new open-source extensions from Timescale make PostgreSQL even better for AI applications, unlocking large-scale, high-performance AI use cases previously only achievable with specialized vector databases like Pinecone.

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2024-06-12

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Manage Elastic jobs in Azure using Azure Elastic Jobs Manager

Microsoft Azure offers Azure Elastic Job agent as a managed service, enabling efficient scheduling of T-SQL workloads on Azure SQL Databases. Learn how to configure the service in this article.

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2024-06-07 (first published: )

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Snake draft sorting in SQL Server, part 3

In part 2 of this series, I showed an example implementation of distributing a long-running workload in parallel, in order to finish faster. In reality, though, this involves more than just restoring databases. And I have significant skew to deal with: one database that is many times larger than all the rest and has a higher growth rate.

2024-06-07

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Basic Always On Availability Groups in SQL Server Standard

Once Windows Server Failover Clusters have been set up, we can set up Availability Groups in SQL Server. This article will focus on setting up Basic Always-On Availability Groups in SQL Server Standard Edition.
This facilitates High Availability in SQL Server Standard, with three levels of availability and failover:
Asynchronous commit with manual or forced failover,
Synchronous commit with manual or forced failover,
Synchronous commit with automatic failover.

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2024-06-05

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Disable Memory Grant Feedback Persistence

In SQL Server 2022, how can I disable memory grant feedback persistence?

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