Introduction According to Microsoft, Database Mail is an enterprise solution for sending e-mail messages from the SQL Server Database Engine. Using Database Mail, your database applications can send e-mail messages to users. The messages can contain query results and can also include files from any resource on your network. This article is going to discuss […]
Introduction Big data consists of very large datasets, which can be structured, unstructured, and semi-structured. Data may be coming from various data sources in real-time or in batches. The traditional tools and technologies we have used in the past are not capable of processing and storing all this data in an efficient way. We need […]
This article provides PowerShell automation scripts for running Flyway database migrations. These scripts use SQL Compare to automatically generate all the required database build artifacts in the version control system, for each Flyway deployment.
In this article, Brent Ozar explains why you should avoid starting T-SQL comments with two dashes.
Releases of on-premises SQL Server arrived quite rapidly for a few years with seven releases during the years spanning 2008 and 2019. While it has technically been less than two years since SQL Server 2019 reached general availability in November 2019, it feels like ages since we have heard any news about what’s coming next. […]