MS SQL Server Tutorials, Tools & More
First released for IBM OS/2 in 1989, Microsoft SQL Server has developed over the years into one of the leading relational database management system (RDMS) platforms for the enterprise for the Windows Server platform. The most current version is SQL Server 2012, which is available in Standard, Enterprise, and Business Intelligence editions.
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In part 1 of a new series, learn the basics behind Linux, including logging in, mounted media, and managing users.
Migrating to a new version of Windows Server or different hardware? Learn to backup CA components so they can be restored to the same or a different server.
In this tutorial, learn to create and setup a VMware View event log database to capture events and errors within View.
Make remote administration easy with a PowerShell Remote Access Gateway in Windows Server 2012. Learn how in this handy how-to article!
Learn how to set up an internal CentOS web server to talk to a SQL server in this handy how-to article.
Using PowerShell for changing job owners in SQL Server. Sean McCown demonstrates how PowerShell is a more efficient option than SSMS or T-SQL when changing job
It’s a common misconception that you will get a performance gain by using several log files. Although this is something we see quite often, Sean McCown,
In SQL Server 2008 there are 3 recovery models you can use: simple, bulk-logged, and full. These recovery models really just define how log management behaves
Designing a backup strategy in SQL is fairly straightforward, but it can get complicated when you’ve got a lot of moving pieces in your scenario. Sean McCown,