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Stairway to Database DevOps Level 2: Manage Code with Red Gate SQL Source Control

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In this second level of the Stairway to Database DevOps, we learn to use Redgate's SQL Source Control to save and updates changes to objects, as well as tracking data in certain tables.

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2023-10-18

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You Always Have a Software Pipeline

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If you build software for customers, you have a pipeline. It might not be good, but you have one. Steve recommends you work to make sure this is a repeatable, reliable pipeline.

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2023-10-13

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Servicing SQL Server

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I've been traveling in Europe this week, partially for holiday and partially for work. It's been a nice break, and it's always interesting to experience the world in different places, away from the United States where I've spent most of my life. I get to come often, and I enjoy the experience, but I'm sometimes […]

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2023-09-16

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Stairway to Database DevOps

Stairway to Database DevOps Level 1: Setup a Local Git Repo with Azure DevOps

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In this first level of the Stairway to DevOps, you will learn how to get version control set up on your local machine and connect to an Azure DevOps repository.

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LOGON Trigger Count

I have the need in SQL Server 2022 to create a complex set of checks for logins. I want to use Longon triggers, but I'd like to separate out logic. How many Logon Triggers can I create?

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