Azure SQL Database
This is the third post in the series about system-versioned ledger tables, a new feature introduced in Azure SQL Database. You can read Part 1… Read More »System-versioned ledger tables: things you can’t do
In the first post of this series, we learned about a new type of system-versioned table that also works at the database level and introduces… Read More »System-versioned ledger tables: the next step
As long-time readers of this blog know, I’m a big fan of temporal tables, also known as system-versioned temporal tables. Until recently, temporal tables were… Read More »Introducing system-versioned ledger tables
It has been some time since I last wrote about Azure SQL Database. Although it has been more than three years since SQL Server 2017… Read More »A summary of new features in Azure SQL Database
For the longest time, MySQL has been the recommended database platform for blogs and other websites. It’s free. It’s available on every version of Linux,… Read More »Microsoft presents: MySQL and PostgreSQL?
[Last updated February 27, 2020] Brent Ozar Unlimited runs a website called SQL Server Updates which comes in really handy for keeping your on-premises SQL… Read More »Should I upgrade SQL Server 2012, or migrate to Azure?
In our final look at migrating a database to Azure SQL Database, we will import a BACPAC file. From previous weeks we know that a… Read More »Importing a BACPAC into Azure SQL Database
This week we will actually move a database into Azure SQL Database, using the first of two of Microsoft’s recommended methods. The main thing to… Read More »Moving a database to Azure SQL Database