SQL Operations Studio is a free tool that runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, for managing SQL Server databases. I have a great experience running this tool on Linux CentOS and you can build server and database management dashboards like below. To create custom dashboards check out my tip https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/5434/customize-sql-operations-studio-dashboards/
Stretch Database is a feature of SQL Server where data can be split between on-premises storage and cloud storage. With Stretch Database, cold, historical data is kept in the cloud and active data is kept on-premises for maximum performance. Stretch Database requires no changes to client applications or existing Transact-SQL queries, so you can implement … Continue reading What is Stretch Database?
What is Query Store? Query Store is a tool to troubleshoot query performance by capturing a range of information about query usage, CPU, memory consumption, I/O and execution time, and retaining every Execution Plan for analysis. So, if query store stores my query information, what kind of scenarios I could use this information? To fix … Continue reading Query Store Usage Scenarios
Great news, a visual way to manage SQL Server from Linux. SQL Operations Studio came to fill a gap we were waiting to develop and manage SQL Server databases on Linux. In the link https://github.com/Microsoft/sqlopsstudio we can see more information like the features below. Feature Highlights Cross-Platform DB management for Windows, macOS and Linux with … Continue reading SQL Operations Studio Linux
I like tools and I’ve used a couple of them. I had the opportunity to try SQL Examiner to compare database structures and even though compare data. The tool is quite simple to configure the options. Talking about comparison, well we compare one database with another. Imagine a situation, there are two environments (development and … Continue reading SQL Examiner Tool