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Keeping Your Secrets: Dynamic Data Masking in SQL Server 2016

Learn how to hide personally identifiable information with dynamic data masking in SQL Server 2016. Get the details >

Santosh Bhosale | February 20, 2019

Get Better Performance Using New T-SQL Functions

Reduce SQL query times by 80% with T-SQL Functions. Get the details >

Rajnikant Tandel | February 14, 2019

5 Best Practices for the Query Store in SQL Server 2016

Discover the top 5 query store best practices for SQL Server 2016 now >

Manguirish Sardesai | February 8, 2019

Maximum Uptime: DocumentDB Introduces MongoDB Compatibility to the Amazon Cloud

Discover why companies are so excited about AWS DocumentDB as well as how it compares to MongoDB. Get the details >

Charleste King | February 5, 2019

How to Create Temporal Tables in SQL Server 2016

Analyze data faster with Temporal Tables in SQL Server 2016. Get the details (sample code included).

Anup Gopinathan | January 30, 2019

Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative’s Custom Migration to AWS Drives Cost Optimization and HIPAA Compliance

Moving healthcare operations to the cloud can be seamless. See how one company effortlessly made the move with the help of a seasoned Managed Service Provider (MSP).

Eric Russo | January 24, 2019

Top Database Administration Myths: #4 Stick with One Brand of Database

Expand your database beyond one brand. Discover why top companies do this.

Eric Russo | January 22, 2019

What Happens When DBAs Move from Fear to Freedom?

One of the biggest selling points to staff of cloud-based database management services, is the extra support will eventually free them to do the work they want to do.

Eric Russo | January 15, 2019

Get Ready for SQL Server 2008 End of Support

Protect your data by planning your migration or upgrade from SQL Server 2008 before July of 2019.

JP Chen | January 9, 2019
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