Hello my Dear Readers!
It’s been a while since I last wrote a blog post here, so I believe it’s time to change that.
As some people that follow me on Social Media might already know, the last couple of years I have been working at Coeo, (one of the best companies that exists in the world specialising in the Microsoft’s Data Platform) and since I joined them, this humble blog has been on stand-by… Till now
I recently resigned, which is sad in a way, but for the SQLDoubleG’s blog, I hope it will bring renovated energy to come back stronger.
But don’t think I haven’t written anything in this time, the only is that I have done it in the Coeo’s blog, but for people that want to read my work and are not aware of this, here is the full list of posts, so you can access them through here if you want to.
SQL Server posts :
- Exploring SQL Server query plan SET options
- In this post I explain how different ANSI settings can lead to different plans and how to check their values from the plan cache
- Troubleshooting memory issues
- Interesting case investigating memory issues in a customer’s server
- Five Cool Things You Can Do Using Partitioning
- Partitioning brings a new whole world of possibilities to your databases.
- Configure Kerberos for Availability Groups
- It’s very common to see Availability Groups not configured correctly, check how to get it right.
- Preventing Brute Force Attacks in SQL Server
- Seeing the number of data breaches on the news, we need to do all in our hands to secure our SQL Server servers.
Azure Cosmos DB:
- Azure Cosmos DB: To Infinity and Beyond
- A gentle introduction to NoSQL databases for DBAs
- First Steps with Cosmos DB, Building your Own Rocket
- How to start using Cosmos DB in Azure or offline in your own laptop
- Creating your First Cosmos DB Database
- Exploring the different choices we need to take at the time of creating a new Cosmos DB database
- Who is afraid of this lovely creature called Gremlin?
- Gremlin is one of the available API’s on Cosmos and allow us to create and query Graph databases
From now on, I’ll be updating here with all the new posts, so stay tuned and I hope to see you soon!