Large file copying from on-premises to Azure still remains a challenge and migration experts need to do multiple tests to get into the conclusion that which tool they are going to use. One of the main reason for this is that the application outage calculation entirely depends on the time to copy TB’s of data.
If you are regular follower of my blog, you must be aware that recently I got an opportunity to attend the Data Platform Summit (On Microsoft Data Stack) which was held in between 9th to 11th Aug. 2018, at Hotel Radisson Blue, Bangalore. Overall the #DPS summit was very good and I able to cover
SQL Server Managed instances are going to be the next big thing in the SQL server world. Currently, it’s in preview and promises a lot to offer. After this offering will come into GA, I hope we can witness many migrations from SQL server VM to SQL Server Managed Instances. Now if you are new
It’s always recommended to check Azure Resource Health before doing any further troubleshooting. I am giving you two interesting examples which we have seen in the past. Recently few DBA’s has complained about the slow running of the SQL queries in some of our large ERP databases for some of the day in a week.
I will be attending the data platform summit 2018 #DPS10, which is going to be started from tomorrow. This summit will be held for three days at Hotel Radisson Blue at the outer ring road, Bangalore. 3 Days of Conference, 7 Tracks, 30+ Technologies, 50+ Speakers, 90+ Subjects, 100+ Sessions, 300+ Companies, 1000+ Attendees &