In this article, I have shown how to use the power of automation to help identify the risk of having card data stored in the database. Identifying this risk is essential to helping maintain the trust of your clientele and protecting your companies most valuable asset – the data!
This article helps to unearth a cultural issue that each individual needs to address on a personal level. Bias is an enemy to productive conversation.
This article has just shared the power of XEvents and yet another use in helping to audit the database environment for changes. Not only do we have this powerful tool at our disposal for troubleshooting, but it is there for use as an audit tool as well as to help us create an RCA when needed.
This article has just shared multiple tools to help you become more acquainted with the Query Store! This acquaintance is coming via an extremely powerful tool called Extended Events. Through the use of these two sessions and two additional scripts, this article demonstrates how to become more familiar with the internals for QDS.
Three very powerful but simple hacks that can give you back dozens of minutes per day.
One of the best coping mechanisms for Impostor Syndrome is the use of learned behaviors. This article shares some of these coping mechanisms and learned behaviors.
Every once in a while there is an extremely valuable tool that comes along. While the footprint and use frequency of this tool may not be that big, the tool is essential to making the DBA job easier to do. I recommend getting this tool – especially if you have ever run into SSPI issues.
At best these phantom backups cause undue headache in troubleshooting. At worst, they make it impossible to recover in the event of a database related disaster. Join me for a troubleshooting journey involving phantom backups.
For the most part, things work the way you might expect them to work in windows – except it is on Linux. Sure some things are different, but SQL Server itself, is largely the same.
Not only should you pay respect to those giving of their time, but you should spend a little time to also give back to the community. I will say it again, the more you give of yourself to help others learn your trade, the more you will personally learn and grow in your professional and personal self. It is an investment well worth taking.