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Category: MS SQL

Say Hello to Maggie, the Latest in SQL Server Malware

Maggie is a malicious backdoor malware designed for SQL Server. Let’s take a look at how Maggie works and what you can do to protect your databases.

Jeff Duncan | October 11, 2022

Improving Performance, Costs, and Scaling of Commercial Databases Through Open-source and Cloud-Native Solutions

Learn about the benefits of open-source and purpose-built databases in your cloud modernization strategy.

Michael Agarwal | October 6, 2022

How to Protect Microsoft SQL Server Databases from FARGO Ransomware

FARGO is the latest wave of ransomware targeting unsecured SQL Server databases. Use these tips to protect your Microsoft SQL Server databases.

Jeff Duncan | October 3, 2022

The Role of Purpose-built NoSQL Databases in Commercial Database Cloud Modernization Strategies

SQL versus NoSQL databases is a topic that comes up frequently during cloud modernization discussions.

Michael Agarwal | August 23, 2022

How to Manage a Very Large Database in SQL Server

Follow these database management tasks from Datavail experts to keep up with managing very large SQL Server databases. Learn more here.

Nikhil Arsekar | February 9, 2021

Exploring SQL Server 2019’s New Features: Part 2

Microsoft SQL Server 2019’s release has implemented many new features and changes that build upon its database operations in security, availability and more.

George Criaris | January 7, 2021

Exploring SQL Server 2019’s New Features: Part 1

Learn about SQL Server 2019 new features and options that improve performance and add flexibility in this two-part blog series.

George Criaris | December 29, 2020

Database Scoped Configuration on SQL Server 2016

SQL Server 2016 has released several new features that have enhanced functionality and flexibility to increase database performance.

Santosh Bhosale | November 4, 2020

Availability Groups Supporting Distributed Transactions

New blog post takes on configuration considerations for SQL Server availability groups supporting distributed transactions. Learn more.

Mike Krause | October 13, 2020
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