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On-Demand Training: Improve SQL Performance with Query Tuning Techniques

Use this training to improve your database performance.

Eric Russo | July 18, 2019

Top SQL Server 2016 Features: Query Store

Microsoft SQL Server 2016 includes a new Query Store feature, which provides DBAs with insight into query plan choice and performance.

Manguirish Sardesai | June 26, 2019

Top SQL Server 2016 Features: The Stretch Database

The Stretch Database is one of the more important new features of SQL Server 2016 that blend on-premise and cloud environments into a single entity.

Ben Jongewaard | June 18, 2019

Top SQL Server 2016 Features: Analytics

The adoption of big data analysis capabilities is soaring. SQL Server 2016 can enhance your capabilities to perform such big data analyses.

Rajnikant Tandel | June 4, 2019

SQL Server 2008: Outside Expertise Can Help Your End-of-Support Migration

Like a band hiring studio musicians, a company planning to migrate from SQL Server 2008 before support ends on July 19 can benefit from skilled assistance.

Mehul Joshi | April 2, 2019

Your Safety Net Is on Fire: Time to Pull the Plug on SQL Server 2008

Support for SQL Server 2008 ends in July 2019. Read Datavail’s new white paper for insights into the risks of not upgrading, the path to a successful migration, and how Datavail can help.

Mehul Joshi | March 21, 2019

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
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