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Why RDP'ing into a SQL machine is a bad idea

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Guys, you should stop doing this, there are reasons if it’s not recommended to log into the SQL Server Machine via RDP as opposed to using a client on your PC (or another machine). PS: These recommendations are valid for any DMBS, not only SQL Server You’re stealing resources from SQL Server Probably you’re logging into your server because there is a problem, do you really want...

Presenting at SQL Saturday

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I’ll be presenting my session on “How to use PowerBi as a Free monitoring tool” this Saturday in Parma.

Here you can check the session schedule, there are a lot of interesting sessions; moreover, the event is totally free, if you are in the area and you like data it can’t be missed!

Check out the event page here

Use SQL Server on Docker for Windows, the easy way

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I wanted to install and test SQL Server 2019 on a new machine, without the hassle to create a VM from scratch, since I had none of my resources from this new place, that’s when I remembered about Docker and how Microsoft is slowing reaching feature parity for SQL on LInux , moreover, I didn’t need any of the unsupported stuff, so. I didn’t find a straightforward guide that said...

Slides and materials for my session “How to use PowerBI as a Monitoring Tool” @ GroupBy.org

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Good news everybody!As you may know if you follow me on Linkedin , I’ve been selected as one of the GroupBy Speakers for the last GroupBy session for 2019! My session will be: How to use PowerBI as a free monitoring tool (including 5 free reports for SQL Server) (session abstract here) I’ve already published the session slides and materials for you to follow along, you can find them...

Why identity values can jump by the 1000’s ? Is it normal?

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It must have happened you at least once to find identity columns with values that from one row to the next one jump by 1000’s rows, of course without having anyone deleting the rows in between, how this occurs? Identity columns don’t actually recalculate every time the next number to be inserted, SQL Server caches a number of values in order to obtain faster inserts and polls from...

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