In this article, we look at how to set up Transparent Data Encryption for SQL Server and Oracle along with the differences and similarities.
Learn how to remove TDE from a database and return it to a normal state.
Read a One-Slide Summary of the Differences Between TDE and Always Encrypted from Brent Ozar.
Recently a customer asked me for help with setting up a test of an Azure SQL Database in the single database tier with Geo-Replication to work with Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) with a customer-managed key, also known as Bring Your Own Key (BYOK). It is very simple to do it when you use service-managed keys, […]
In this third level of the Stairway, we examine how to store your encryption certificate in the Azure Key Vault.
2022-05-18 (first published: 2020-06-24)
In the second level of the stairway to TDE, we examine how you can restore your databases on another instance after moving the encryption certificate.
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