Welcome to Part 1 of my SQL Snack Pack on Performance Tuning! The series is dedicated to help beginners understand how to start performance tuning with SQL Server. 100 more words
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Yesterday I wrote about SQL SERVER – Beginning In-Memory OLTP with Sample Example. One of the questions I received right after I published a blog post was why do I call stored procedure natively coded stored procedure when the entire code is in T-SQL. 368 more words
Yesterday I wrote blog post based on my latest Pluralsight course on learning SQL Server 2014. I discussed newly introduced live plans. For query before you execute it, you can see the estimated execution plan and after you executed you can see the actual execution plan – however, how to see a query plan while the query is still being executed. 136 more words
Earlier I wrote three blog posts on SQL Server 2014 Cardinality. Read them over here to get the context of this blog post.
SQL SERVER - Backing Up and Recovering the Tail End of a Transaction Log - Notes from the Field #042
: The biggest challenge which people face is not taking backup, but the biggest challenge is to restore a backup successfully. I have seen so many different examples where users have failed to restore their database because they made some mistake while they take backup and were not aware of the same. 825 more words