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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/

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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Data Recovery : Page level restore in SQL Server

In this article, we shall discuss the importance of understanding the internals of the page restoration for a database administrator. Most of the time, performing a page-level restore suffices for database availability. A good backup strategy is a key to recovery … Continue reading

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Discuss smart database backup in SQL Server 2017

So far, we’ve discussed several phases of backup that starts with planning, creating, strategizing and implementing. In this article, we are going to see how database administrators can define the strategy to improve backup performance and efficiently manage backups in … Continue reading

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Mssql-cli Command-Line Query 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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Automate SQL Server Database Restoration using bacpac with PowerShell or Batch techniques

Data is the key to your organization’s future, but if it’s outdated, irrelevant, or hidden then it’s no good. Maintenance and administration of databases take a lot of work. As database administrators, we often tend to automate most of these … Continue reading

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SQL Server: Database snapshots vs Database backups

In the article, we’ll walk through the concepts to understand database snapshots, and their benefits and limitations. This article will help you decide when to use a database snapshot, and when to use a backup. In some cases, the database … Continue reading

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SQL Server database Backup and Restore strategies

One of the most important roles of a database administrator is to constantly protect the integrity of the databases and maintain the ability to recover quickly in case of a failure. In light of this, it’s critically important to have … Continue reading

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Overview of SQL Server Backup Types

SQL Server backups, in itself, is a vast subject; so vast, there are multiple books written about them. In this article, however, we are going to focus on the types of backups that are available to us, and understand how … Continue reading

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Understanding database recovery models in SQL Server

A recovery model is a database configuration option that determines the type of backup that one could perform and provides the ability to restore the data or recover it from a failure. The recovery model decides how the transaction log … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2017 on Linux in the Azure portal

SQL Server 2017 now is considered as a hybrid database enterprise solution as it expands its market and is ported to other operating system platforms. It also includes mainstream support for Linux machines. The Cloud makes the life of administrator much easier, now … Continue reading

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