Basic Git for DBAs: Ignoring Files and Customizing Your Environment
This is the eighth article in a series on the basics of using Git. The other articles in the series are: Basic Git for DBAs: Getting Started with Git Basic Git for DBAs: Sharing Files Through GitHub Basic Git for DBAs: the Basics of Branches Basic Git …
Free Webcast: 3 Ways to Prove Your SQL Server Storage is Slow
Your users are complaining that their queries are slow. You’ve tried changing SQL Server settings, tuning indexes, but the problem just won’t go away. You’ve got a hunch that it’s a storage problem, but you need real, empirical …
Database Updates: Rolling Back and Fixing Forward
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DBA in training: Know your server’s limits
The series so far: DBA in training: So, you want to be a DBA… DBA in training: Preparing for interviews DBA in training: Know your environment(s) DBA in training: Security DBA in training: Backups, SLAs, and restore strategies DBA in training: DBA in …
More Gems from the SQL Prompt Treasure Chest
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Deploy Database Objects to Multiple SQL Server Instances Using PowerShell
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Scheduling PowerShell Using Jenkins
Introduction PowerShell is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language; it is designed specifically for system administrators and power-users, to rapidly automate the administration of multiple operating systems (Linux, OSX, and Windows) and …