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About Prashanth Jayaram

DB Technologist, Author, Blogger, Service Delivery Manager at CTS, Automation Expert, Technet WIKI Ninja, MVB and Powershell Geek My Profile: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/profile/prashanth jayaram/ http://www.sqlshack.com/author/prashanth/ http://codingsight.com/author/prashanthjayaram/ https://www.red-gate.com/simple-talk/author/prashanthjayaram/ http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/powersql-by-prashanth-jayaram/ Connect Me: Twitter @prashantjayaram GMAIL powershellsql@gmail.com The articles are published in: http://www.ssas-info.com/analysis-services-articles/ http://db-pub.com/ http://www.sswug.org/sswugresearch/community/

SQL Server : Understanding Backup and Restore operations using Docker Containers

In this article, we will discuss the concepts of database backup-and-restore operations on SQL Server Docker containers. This is certainly the era of containers and it made the buzz in the business, so let us understand the importance of backup-and-restore … Continue reading

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SQL Server In-Memory Optimized database backup and restore in action

A SQL Server backup and restore strategy is an essential process to safeguard and protect critical data. The vital role of any DBA is to minimize the risk of data loss and preserve data modifications at regular intervals of time. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Docker and Docker Toolbox

The article gives some knowledge about getting started and utilizing Docker containers. The focus is all about understanding  Docker and its basics. Once you start grasping the basics and learn to use them, you will easily understand how to use … Continue reading

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Overview of File-group(s) and Piecemeal database restore operations in SQL Server

So far, we discussed many de-facto details about SQL Server database backup and restore. In this 15th article of the series, we are going to discuss, the file-group and piecemeal database backup and restore process. Database “Backup and Restore” strategies are … Continue reading

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Overview of SQL Server 2017 Docker containers on Linux machine

SQL Server 2017 is the biggest release and most important releases in the Microsoft product history simply because of the freedom that it gives to install the product anywhere. The advent of the Docker containers and growing emphasis on open … Continue reading

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SQL Server -Database Backup Report using PowerShell and T-SQL

In the previous articles, we discussed several ways of taking backup and testing the restore process to ensure the integrity of the backup file. In this article, we’re going to discuss the importance of the database backup reporting. This kind of … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Mssql-cli tool

A recent announcement on the release of several SQL Server tools has raised expectations across various groups. Product requirements and business are almost always a trade-off, and striking the right balance in a product in terms of the toolset is a … Continue reading

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Backup and Restore Automation using SQLCMD and SQL Server agent

Database administrators are often requested to refresh a database, mostly to create a live copy of the production database to the test or development environment. This is done so that the development or the test environment closely resembles the production … Continue reading

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Backup Linux/windows SQL Server databases using PowerShell and Windows task scheduler

  This article is an in-depth guide on how PowerShell can be used to maintain and manage SQL backup on Linux and Windows machines. Here’s an outline of what this article is all about: Introduction Technical specifications How to load … Continue reading

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