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Stéphane Haby

SQL Server 2019: What’s new on database scoped configuration options?

By | Database management, SQL Server, Technology Survey | No Comments

SQL Server 2019 added three new options in sp_configure and sys.configurations. First, how can we find the difference between these SQL Server Versions. This simple query will give us the number of options and the SQL Server Version: select count(*) as number_of_configurations, @@version FROM sys.database_scoped_configurations In SQL server 2016, we have 4 parameters for the database configuration: In SQL server 2017, we have 5 parameters for the database configuration: In SQL server 2019, we have…

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Stéphane Haby

SQL Server 2019: What’s new in sp_configure and sys.configurations options?

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, Database management, SQL Server, Technology Survey | No Comments

SQL Server 2019 added new options in sp_configure and sys.configurations. First, how can we find the difference between these SQL Server Versions. This simple query will give us the number of options and the SQL Server Version: select count(*),@@version FROM sys.configurations In SQL server 2016, we have 74 parameters for the instance configuration: In SQL server 2017, we have 77 parameters for the instance configuration: In SQL server 2019, we have 84 parameters for the…

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Stéphane Haby

Ansible Basics Workshop day @dbi services

By | Ansible, Database Administration & Monitoring, DevOps, Technology Survey | No Comments

Today, I follow our Workshop Ansible Basics with Jérôme Witt. Why I follow this workshop? First, it’s to have the basics and Best Practices before begin myself and do “bricolage” by my customers. The second point is to develop templates to use and reuse by all customers if needed. Let’s start the course! My first remark is that the Control node cannot be installed on a Windows machine… Not good news for me! 👿 I…

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Stéphane Savorgnano

Azure Migrate: how to assess on-premises servers for a future Azure migration

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Azure Migrate provides a set of tools to assess and migrate on-premise infrastructure like Hyper-V or VMware virtual machines, physical servers as well as SQL and other Databases, web application… The Azure Migrate overview page resumes the different key scenario available. Lets have a look how easily you can assess your Hyper-V virtual machines for a future migration to Azure via this migration tool. You need to add a tool to discover your VMs but…

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Stéphane Savorgnano

Recover data from Azure backup

By | Operation systems, Security, Technology Survey | No Comments

During my last blog-post I experienced to use Azure backup to protect an on-premise Windows server. To recover data from Azure backup we need to use the Microsoft Azure Recovery Services console (MARS). This service and its management console have been installed during the setup of the Azure backup in the Windows Admin Center. When we open the Microsoft Azure Backup console, we directly visualize the jobs activity for the last 7 days in the…

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Arnaud Berbier

DevOpsDays 2020 at HEG in Geneva

By | Application integration & Middleware, DevOps, Kubernetes, Technology Survey | No Comments

This 2020 new year began with a really exiting DevOps Event in Geneva. Kubernetes, Helm, Cloud Native, CNCF, CI/CD, Ansible, Terraform,… So much topics around DevOps that was in every people mouth. This confirm that DevOps is a good choice for any retraining 😉 This is effectively the next generation in the IT world. For this second edition, around 300 peoples were attending the event. Thanks to the organizers During the 1st day, I attended…

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Stéphane Haby

One day training @ Microsoft Azure Cloud Workshop

By | Big Data, Cloud, Database Administration & Monitoring, Database management, SQL Server, Technology Survey | No Comments

Today, with my colleague Christophe, we follow the Microsoft Azure Training Day: Data and Analytics @ Microsoft Zürich (Wallisellen to be exact). After a presentation of SQL Server 2019, we begin with the First Lab about SQL Server 2019 and new features and we going through intelligent query processing, Data Discovery and Classification for personally identifiable information (PII) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and secure enclave. One of my favorites part of the lab…

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Stéphane Haby

SQL Server 2019: Java in SQL Server hard to believe, no?

By | Development & Performance, DevOps, SQL Server, Technology Survey | One Comment

It has already been a few months that we are testing the next version of SQL Server: SQL Server 2019. I already blogged about a previous version of SQL Server supporting R and Python. With the new version of SQL Server 2019, Java will also be integrated. The Java runtime used is Zulu Open JRE and can be tested from the CTP3.2 of SQL Server 2019 Step 1: The installation Like a lot of people,…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:invent 2018 – Day 5 – Final day

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On Friday, it’s the last day for AWS re:Invent convention in Las Vegas. I didn’t know in advance what to expect because I have to admit that even if I started to use AWS, there is still a lot to learn. And that’s why I personally think working with technology is interesting, it’s always moving and there is always something new to investigate or learn. This morning, I attended a very interesting session about the life of…

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Nicolas Jardot

AWS re:invent 2018 – Day 4

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Thursday morning it’s time for the keynote from Dr Werner Vogels. A big part of the keynote was about databases again. Maybe AWS people knows that there are still lots of DBAs out there! It’s also again a focus on Amazon Aurora (relational), Dynamo DB (NoSQL) and AWS Redshift that are replacing Oracle databases Amazon was using. There was also a focus on how S3 works to maintain the best durability for the data. I’ve seen…

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