This video explains the basics of how connectivity works for SQL Database and how you can use network access controls to securely access SQL Database.
Here’s a great video that was just uploaded to the Microsoft Developer YouTube channel.
When data is the lifeblood of your business, you want to ensure your databases are reliable, secure and available when called upon to perform. Service level agreements (SLA) set an expectation for uptime and performance and are a key input for designing systems to meet business needs. This conversation will help discuss the key SLA metrics and how you can leverage them for the most critical applications. For more information read this blog: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blo…
Gaurav Malhotra joins Scott Hanselman to show how to build a modern data warehouse solution from ingress of structured, unstructured, semi-structured data to code-free data transformation at scale and finally to extracting business insights into your Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
In this video, learn how to ingest data using Azure Databricks in Azure SQL Data Warehouse to speed up your data pipeline and get more value from your data faster.
In this episode we use the Ethereum Logic App connector to generate contracts based on transactions occurring in a SQL database. Once we’ve created the contract, we update the SQL database with contract details like contract address on the ledger.
Additional details and sample code are available here.
In this episode of Data Exposed, Abhi Abhishek talks about mssql-cli, a new open source and cross-platform command line tool for SQL Server, Azure SQL Database, and Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
In this session, Abhi talks about the history of mssql-cli by forking pgcli, along with mssql-cli features including:
- Syntax Highlighting
- Output formatting w/ horizontal paging
- Multi-line mode
- Join suggestions
- Special Commands
- History management
To learn more or install mssql-cli, visit our Github at https://github.com/dbcli/mssql-cli.