Back to basics A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…. And guess what, databases have to deal with both situations!
But before you can use these security features effectively, you need to understand the threats you face and a few basic security concepts. This first stairway level provides a foundation so that you can take full advantage of the security features in SQL Server without wasting time on features that do nothing to protect against specific threats to your data.
By David Klee Virtualization is becoming more and more common, and without an understanding how virtualization works, the DBA will have blind spots when attempting to resolving performance issues, such as reduce resource contention, or improve the backup and restore operations, and so on.
This allows code written in any. You can also create your own data types or aggregates for specialized purposes.
The new tabular model is easier for those companies who are not already invested in the traditional, multidimensional model. In this stairway, Thomas LeBlanc will teach you how to create tabular models used for reports and dashboards.
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StreamInsight provides the means to monitor, manage, and mine several sources simultaneously for conditions,trends, exceptions, opportunities, and defects almost instantly. It is ideal for performing low-latency analytics on the events and triggering response actions, and for mining historical data to continuously refine and improve definitions of alerting conditions.
Johan provides a simple explanation of the system in a series of practical articles. By Tony DavisGail Shaw When things are going well, there is no need to be particularly conscious of what the transaction log does or how it works.
You just need to be confident that every database has the correct backup regime in place. When things go wrong, an understanding of the transaction log is important for taking corrective action, particularly when a point-in-time restore of a database is required, urgently!
Tony Davis gives just the right level of detail that every DBA should know. This Stairway will as also provide some history of the SQL language and some general concepts about set theory.
Each level will build upon the prior level, so by the time you are finished you will have a good understanding of how to select and modify data from SQL Server.A resource consumer group (consumer group) is a collection of user sessions that are grouped together based on their processing needs.
When a session is created, it is automatically mapped to a consumer group based on mapping rules that you set up. The write-ahead log is only meant to keep changes for a transient period of time, at least enough to ensure the changes are represented in the database.
While it often *is* kept around for a long time for many of the same reasons that one might use event sourcing, it can maintain only a relatively short history of changes. The write-ahead log is only meant to keep changes for a transient period of time, at least enough to ensure the changes are represented in the database.
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The Write Ahead Log (WAL) strategy is a kind of protocol that works by the following principle: before changing the database object, you must first create an entry in the log about the change of this object.
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i.e.; suppose T1 be the transaction ID (TID) of user A and T2 be the TID of user B. Then in the log file, before logging the logs for user A, it should be appended.