(Erin Stellato) There are multiple methods to look at poorly performing queries in SQL Server, notably Query Store, Extended Events, and dynamic management views (DMVs).
(Thomas LaRock) Earlier this month Microsoft and GigaOM announced a new benchmark study comparing AWS RDS to Azure SQL Database. This study was authored by the same people that wrote the previous GigaOM data warehouse benchmark last year.
(Paul_McWilliams) IBM has simplified installation and migration for Db2 12 by integrating 1,070 Db2 12 PTFs (more than 33 months of maintenance) in a new SMPE SUP (service update) product base tape for new SMPE installation of Db2 12 for z/OS.
(James Sinclair) It’s hard learning functional programming on your own. But it ought not to be. You don’t need a PhD to understand functional programming.
(Bipin Joshi) If you have read about the new features of ASP.NET core 3.0, you are probably aware that it supports gRPC, a framework for building services using Remote Procedure Call (RPC).
(Kiran Kumar) Check out this example of developing and executing a Java-based application running in Azure Functions.
(James Gill) If you’re thinking of using Jenkins to orchestrate some or all of your DevOps automation, you will need to look at how to produce your own bespoke pipelines, or automation scripts. In Jenkins these are written in Apache’s Groovy language, which is a Java-like scripting language.
(Steve Gordon) In this post, we will explore a couple of options to apply health checks to your gRPC server running on ASP.NET Core 3.0. Health checks are a common requirement.
(Ben Nadel) The other day, I wrote about using feature flags to conditionally render routable components in Angular 9. After that post, it occurred to me that I’ve talked a lot about how much we love feature flags here at InVision; but, I’ve never really looked at how we get feature flags into an An