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Oops, I deleted that data

We all have these days as a DBA,  hopefully they are few and far between for most of us. This morning I walked into the office and found a stack of emails saying that a developer had responded to a support ticket and modified the values in one of our tables and got it wrong. OK, […]

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2019-10-29

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DevOps falling short?

Organizations are looking for help with their DevOps implementation, including Redgate tools, knowing where they want to go with their production and deployment but not sure where to start. Clear Measure have designed a 30-point DevOps Inspection & Report to provide you with the feedback and guidance you need to take your software development and deployment to another level. Request your inspection now.

2019-10-25

Fixing MLS Python Services to Load the Runtime

Recently I went to work on a SQL Server 2017 instance and couldn't get the Python runtime to load. I'd keep getting this error: A strange error for me to see, and one that didn't quite make sense. How can the runtime not launch? However, restarting the instance still resulted in this error: Msg 39021, […]

2019-10-24

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