With the release of SQL Server 2016 comes many great new features. One of these is the implementation of row level security in the database engine. This blogpost will cover the aspects of this new feature – including: Setup Best practice Performance Possible security leaks Introduction The row level security feature was released earlier this year to Azure – following Microsoft’s cloud-first release concept.
One of the new features in SQL Server 2016 – and there is a lot – is the ability to stretch the on premise databases to an Azure environment. This blogpost will cover some of the aspects of this – including: Primarily setup – how to get started Monitoring state of databases that are in ‘stretch mode’ Daily work with stretch databases Backup – what’s good to know With the release of SQL Server 2016, the new feature called stretch database is also released.
Just recently I had to have a big datawarehouse solution to test some performance optimization using BIML. I could use the AdventureWorks2012 database, but I needed the clean datawarehouse tables in order to have minimum data maintennance when testing the BIML scripts. I could not find it, and figures out it was faster to make my own. So heavily inspired by this post from Jonathan Kehayias (blog), I’ve made a script that can be used to enlarge the dbo.FactInternetSales table. The script creates a new table called dbo.FactInternetSalesEnlarged and copies data from dbo.FactInternetSales into it with a randomizer. Exploding the […]