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Performing Azure SQL Database Management Tasks by Using PowerShell with REST API

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Recently, we have been exploring the ability to administer Azure SQL Database by leveraging REST APIs invoked from PowerShell-based scripts. Such an approach offers more flexibility, facilitating functionality that is not directly exposed in the PowerShell cmdlets. In this article Marcin Policht shows the benefits when dealing directly with Azure SQL Databases.

2014-10-15

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SSIS 2012 - Introduction to Windows Azure SQL Databases

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When discussing SQL Server 2012 Integration Services, we have been dealing mainly with the traditional data management model, where the entire SQL Server environment resides on-premise. This once predominant paradigm is obviously changing, with hosted solutions (in the form of both private and public clouds) becoming increasingly common. In order to properly account for this trend, we turn our attention to the role that SSIS can serve in a mixed environment, where a part of the SQL Server estate is located in Windows Azure.

2013-09-25

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