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Row-Level Security in SQL Server and Azure

Row-Level Security (RLS) is a new feature of SQL Server 2016 and Azure SQL Database that enables data access control based on the users executing those queries: if a user isn’t authorized to access certain rows in a table then those rows are automatically filtered out by the database engine.  1,008 more words


Microsoft Tech Club Al-Azhar University Summer Camp - Azure Presentations

Hello Folks,

For those who were attending Microsoft Tech Club Al-Azhar University Summer Camp – Azure Sessions and asked me for the Presentations, you can get it from the following link: http://1drv.ms/1JBPG4A



Cloud Computing

Infraestructura como código

Este título quizás suena novedoso si eres un profesional de infraestructura, pero muy cercano para un desarrollador. Las intenciones que se han llevado a cabo durante largos años en términos de una buena convivencia entre áreas de desarrollo y áreas de operaciones creería que están dando buenos frutos. 450 more words


Using Power BI with HDInsight Part 2: Power BI Desktop and Hive

With the rise of HDInsight and other Hadoop based tools, it is valuable to understand how Power BI can help you take advantage of those big data investments. 592 more words

Business Intelligence

My first AzureSBLite program

Extending on the theme for my previous post I decided to take a look at Azure ServiceBus Lite by Paolo Patierno. Same objective as last time, a minimalist application running on my… 341 more words


Azure File Service on linux

You can now using azure file services to make large drives and mount them to linux server. When i was testing, it was available for many windows versions and very few version of linux. 127 more words


External Connection to a Windows Azure VM SQL Server

1. Within Windows Azure, navigate to ‘ENDPOINTS’ and Select ‘ADD’ at the bottom of the page.

2. You will need to open up a port in order to allow access to the instance of SQL Server. 292 more words