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Amazon RDS is managed database service it makes it easy to provision and run relational databases in the cloud. It supports several relational engines starting
Cursors in SQL Server A SQL cursor is a database object which is used to manipulate data in a set, row-by-row processing, instead of the
What is Amazon RDS? Amazon RDS is a fully-managed database service that allows you to provision and run relational databases in the cloud. It supports
With SQL Server 2017, and now SQL Server 2019, SQL Server is available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Ubuntu. For
Choosing the right data types for variables, your tables, and stored procedures not only improves performance by ensuring a correct execution plan, but it also
SQL injection is a technique in which attackers insert malicious code into strings fields of an application (Web or not) that are later delivered to an instance of
We talked about availability and security best practices on Amazon RDS. Completing the series of posts, today we will know about Migration on Amazon RDS
Let’s discuss running SQL Server on Amazon RDS and security best practices. We already reviewed some availability best practices, and now will focus on security
Part of the database and system administrator’s daily routine consists of monitoring disk usage. It can be achieved manually, however, it is much more logical
You probably heard Service Level Agreement (SLA), Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) terminology. Another common phrase is – High Availability –
SQL Server generates a query plan for a stored procedure using (sniffing) the parameters sent by the first time. By “first time” means that SQL
There is a trend we’re seeing across the industry, a single application using multiples databases. The companies are no longer standardizing on a particular database.