Join me on a journey through the different offerings in Azure Arc and how they can benefit you as a data professional!
In just 20 minutes We are going to entertain you with 10 cool things about Azure SQL Managed Instance that you might not know, but that can be extremely useful
In this 100% demo session, I will show you kql magic, kql kernel, and the recently released Azure Monitor Logs extension for Azure Data Studio to consume event logs of the Azure SQL database.
Join us, as we explore the capabilities of Azure Arc-enabled SQL Managed Instances.
An overview of VNets, Service Endpoints & Private Endpoints for Azure SQL DB & Managed Instance
DBA/Developer Toolset to get you out of that hole and save you some time
Azure SQL performance capabilities, how to configure and maintain your Azure SQL for higher performance. We will explore various monitoring tools and pick few scenarios for deeper troubleshooting. In this demo centric session, we will tune our database and find an optimal ground to manage cost. We will generate Power BI powered database score card for trend analysis.
In this session, you will learn how to solve common security requirements for new or existing applications using Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance. We will cover Authentication and Authorization, Data Protection, Auditing and Security Management. After completing this session, you will understand how to meet specific security compliance standards and best practices.
In this Session MVP Frank Geisler and first time speaker Timur Dudhasch will give an introduction to Bicep for the Cloud DBA. As more and more systems are migrated to the cloud and as the sheer number of systems rises continuously Frank and Timur will demonstrate how to ease the process of creating and maintaining resources in the cloud via bicep
Discover one of the most exciting and most discussed cloud-connect features connecting SQL Server to Azure SQL Managed Instance for near real-time data replication. The link supports scenarios of near real-time analytics, offloading R/O workloads, minimum downtime migrations, and disaster recovery in Azure. I will show you innovations made in this space, technology behind the scenes, some tips and tricks, live demos, and I’ll talk about the feature future.
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Even in a cloud provider or virtualized, you still need to worry about the infrastructure supporting SQL Server. This session will cover what that means in the modern world.
Introduction of areas for partitioning for Beginners
Learn what's new in Microsoft Defender for Cloud for data store
Do not be afraid to move your onprem SSIS packages to Azure. Come and learn how lift and shift them to the cloud
Scaling SQL Servers is complex and is more relevant today as the transactional and data growth rates continue to grow. In this session, we will talk about what it takes to scale SQL Server to meet the peak workload.
There are several different data platform solutions for use within your application. Selecting the right option can make the difference between a well-performing application and a poorly performing one; not to mention the cost aspect of choosing the wrong solution.
Do you want to get the current 232 suggested best practices from the Microsoft SQL Server Team and evaluate your environments? In this all demo session (Yes, no slides), I will show you both the "what" and "how" to do the same using the SQL assessment API and Azure Data Studio 'SQL Assessment' extension.
In this session, we'll set you on the right path towards high availability and disaster recovery for common data architectures in the cloud by the end of this session.
Let us walk you through our steps to triage and troubleshoot issues as they come in to make sure things get fixed in the right order at the right time and we all stay sane.
Best practice checks to optimize costs, increase the performance, and reliability of all your Azure VM's and Azure SQL DB's.
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