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How do you migrate on-premise SQL Server databases over to Azure SQL Database server? In this blog, we will quickly explore two of the most popular migration options.
As part of the migration project steps, you need to create a report to show the restore details such as the restore option, recovery options, restore start time, source file, and where the file was restored.
In this blog, we will explore the required steps to query the existing logical and physical file name, rename a database, rename the logical file names, and rename the physical file names.
In this blog, we will look into how we can generate the TSQL restore scripts automatically and then execute them to perform the restores.
In this blog, we will explore the option to stripe the backup files into four by first running the database backups using one file and then stripe them into four files. We will then compare the backup durations.
SQL Server Agent is a Windows service that executes the scheduled administrative jobs. In this blog, we will explore and share with you on how can we quick stop, start, and run a script to check the SQL Server Agent status.
We compare Amazon RDS and Microsoft Azure SQL Databases. Cloud-based computing holds promise for businesses that no longer need to own and maintain costly fixed-hardware assets.
Let’s say you’re part of SQL Server DBA team that supports 100+ instances of SQL Server ranging from SQL Server 2005 through SQL Server 2014 with different editions, service packs, and authentication modes.
This blog will explore on how we can automate the database restore process by generating the required TSQL statements. Read on to learn more.