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Running SQL Server on Oracle and Google Cloud

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In this article, we will analyze the various out-of-the-box deployment options Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Google Cloud Platform offers to host a Microsoft SQL Server database. This information can prove to be handy while deciding on the best cloud provider to host a given application or database.

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Google Cloud Certification for Microsoft Database Engineer

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Introduction I recently passed the Google Cloud Professional Data Engineer certification exam, Professional Data Engineer Certification. It took me about five month to prepare for this, and I would like to share my thoughts of why I decided to take it on and how I prepared for it. At the moment, Google cloud (GCP) is […]

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