In SQL 2016 several new security features gets introduced which will help users to protect their data in many ways. New security feature Row Level Security (RLS) which implements the security inside the database itself, not at application level.
Ayo Olubeko talks through the improvements being made to SQL Server tooling in 2016.
Manvendra Singh gives a step-by-step guide to installing SQL Server 2014.
Hear from Microsoft engineering experts on the latest features in SQL Server 2016 before the live event. Learn about new business intelligence capabilities like built-in mobile BI, fully integrated advanced analytics, security innovations, mission critical in-memory performance and new hybrid cloud solutions.
Rajendra Gupta takes a look at the additional enhancements made to Row Level Security in SQL Server 2016 CTP 3.1 and explores the new features with examples.
The SQL Server 2016 Query Store provides several new ways of troubleshooting queries, studying their plans, exploring their context settings, and checking their performance metrics. In using the Query Store to ensure that performance is as good as possible, it isn't long before it becomes important to be familiar with the DMVs that are associated with the query store, and using them in custom queries.
In this third article of the exploring SQL Server 2016 Always Encrypted series, Greg Larsen looks at the differences between an Always Encrypted column that uses an encryption type of Deterministic and those that use encryption type of Randomized.