Build SQL Database Projects Easily in Azure Data Studio

In this episode with Drew Skwiers-Koballa, you will be introduced to a new experience for database development with the SQL Database Projects extension for Azure Data Studio. Whether you are familiar

How to Secure Azure SQL Database by Setting Minimal TLS Version

In this episode with Rohit Nayak, we will cover the Minimal TLS Version setting for SQL Database. Customers can use these features to enforce a TSL version at the logical server level to meet their compliance needs.

How to Shut Off Public Connectivity to Azure SQL Database

In this episode with Rohit Nayak, we will cover the Deny Public Network Access setting for SQL Database. Customers can use this setting to block all public access via firewall rules and exclusively re

Deploying SQL Server 2019 in Kubernetes

Are you thinking about running SQL Server in Kubernetes and don't know where to start...are you wondering what you really need to know? If so, then this Data Exposed episode is for you.

Learn How to Deploy SQL Server 2019 in Containers in Just Minutes

Containers are taking over, changing the way systems are developed and deployed...and that's not hyperbole. Just imagine if you could deploy SQL Server or even your whole application stack in just minutes.

Azure SQL Capacity Planning: DTU or vCore?

Capacity planning process plays a critical role in migrating to an existing application or designing a brand new one. In the second part of this three-part series with Silvano Coriani, learn about the

SQL Server 2019 Improves Scalar UDF Performance

Microsoft added several features to SQL Server 2019 that can improve performance without changes to code. One of these is T-SQL Scalar UDF Inlining. The use of UDFs is a red flag when tuning queries, but, in some cases, the engine will treat these as if the underlining code was added directly to the select statement.

How Resumable Indexes in SQL Server 2019 Makes Your Job Easier

Microsoft continues to push the envelope on feature capabilities with every release of SQL Server. One of the more prominent features that was released with Microsoft SQL Server 2019, is the ability to resume or throttle certain index operations.

Improve Query Performance by Managing Statistics in Azure SQL

Within Azure SQL maintenance tasks such as backups and integrity checks are handled for you, and while you may be able to get away with automatic updates keeping your statistics up-to-date, sometimes

Azure SQL Capacity Planning: Overview

Whether migrating an existing application or designing a brand new one, capacity planning process plays a critical role. Learn how to navigate across Azure SQL Database options like hardware generation, service and compute tiers and instance sizing principles, trying to find the sweet spot between performance, functionalities and costs, in the first episode of this three-part series.

How to Use .NET Interactive Jupyter Notebooks in Daily Work-Life

Jupyter Notebooks are best known as tools for Data Scientists to display Python, Spark or R scripts. A Jupyter Notebook enables you to share words, images, code AND code results. .NET interactive Ju

The Benefits of Advanced Threat Protection in Azure SQL Database

One of the major benefits of Azure SQL Database is that the Azure platform provides additional protection for your database against SQL Injection attacks and Data Exfiltration, amongst other threats. Join Joey D'Antoni as he shows you how to configure Advanced Threat Protection, and some of the protections it offers.

Benchmarking SQL Server and Azure SQL with WorkloadTools

Lifting and shifting your application to the cloud is extremely easy, on paper. The hard truth is that the only way to know for sure how it is going to perform is to test it. Benchmarking on-premises is hard enough, but benchmarking in the cloud can get really tricky due to changes in what's exposed in PaaS environments.

Learning How to Transition Your SQL Server Skills to Azure SQL

Are you interested in learning how to translate your existing SQL Server expertise to Azure SQL including Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance? In this episode, Bob Ward, Anna Hoffman, and Marisa Brasile announce all-new content on YouTube, Github, and Microsoft Learn to help you become an Azure SQL professional.

Azure SQL and IoT

IoT is almost always associated with NoSQL database. This is quite understandable as its flexibility and specialization are great for ingesting IoT data. But what if that flexibility and performance a

Azure SQL for beginners: Call to Action and Resources (61 of 61)

In the last video of Azure SQL for beginners, get a recap of the series and what you can do to further your Azure SQL learning. For the full Azure SQL Fundamentals learning path on Microsoft Learn, vi

Azure SQL Scenarios Challenge #1 (57 of 61)

In this video, get an intro to the Azure SQL Scenarios Challenge #1, where we encourage you to participate in the community, leveraging the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #azuresqlglobal1. C

Azure SQL Scenarios Challenge #2 (58 of 61)

Join us in our second Azure SQL Scenarios Challenge where we encourage you to share how you would solve this episode's challenge. Post your comments below or on Twitter, using the hashtag #azuresqlcri

Azure SQL Availability - Summary (56 of 61)

In this video, you'll recap what you've learned in Module 5: Availability, and get a sneak peek at Module 6: Putting it all together. For the full Azure SQL Fundamentals learning path on Microsoft Lea

Azure SQL: What Else Should I Know (59 of 61)

In this video, learn about some other Azure SQL topics that you should know about. For the full Azure SQL Fundamentals learning path on Microsoft Learn, visit: https://aka.ms/azuresqlfundamentalsytWat