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  • Managing SQL Logins in different environments

    Speaking of security, in SQL Server we have the possibility of authenticating in two different ways, one it is based on Windows Authentication and allow Windows users (from a local computer or ...

  • SQL Server system databases 101

    It was the other day during the networking time in my SQL User group meeting when someone told the story of the new DBA that was joking about running “DROP DATABASE [master]”...

  • T-SQL Tuesday #104 – Finding tables and columns in SQL Server

     This post is part of the T-SQL Tuesday, which is a monthly blog party on the second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome and have the chance to write about SQL Server. This ...

  • SSMS 17 bug?

    This post is going to be a quick one, but hopefully will help others as this problem has been bugging me since the first...

  • I spoke at @SQLBits and you won’t believe what happened

    Aha! Gotha! First my apologies for the click bait headline, I just wanted to do a little experiment 🙂 But, Yes! I did manage to speak at SQLBit 2018 and it was awesome. It was something strange ...

  • T-SQL Tuesday #99 – Great Debates : Unicode

     This post is part of the T-SQL Tuesday, which is a monthly blog party on the second Tuesday of each month. Everyone is welcome and have the chance to write about SQL Server....

  • Here is your index, now what?

    tory might sound familiar for most of the DBA’s out in the wild. Our job to keep databases up and running, and sometimes, make them to go faster (I’m not going into what fast mean, ...

  • Getting perfmon data into SQL Server, Part III

    I didn’t think about this post to be honest, and I believed the series was complete with Part I and Part II, but when...

  • SSMS Configurations for SQL Server Speakers

    Last week I saw this post from Tim Mitchell (b|t) thanks to Brent Ozar’s weekly links (which I recommend you to subscribe if not already) where Tim explains his setup for...

  • Getting perfmon data into SQL Server, Part II

    This week we will retake my last’s post topic and finished that job off and get our Perfmon in and out data of our SQL Server. For now,...