(Chris Webb) A very quick performance tip: do you have users consuming Power BI reports with Internet Explorer 11 and an older Windows OS like Windows 8.1 or Windows 7?
Tag: sql server
(Pinal Dave) SQL Always-On feature is so tied to cluster that sometimes you would need to look at various logs to fix a failure. In this blog I would share my learning about fixing error LogonUserExEx fails for user & GetToken – Logging on as the CNO failed with error 1326.
(Grant Fritchey) Over the last couple of years, one of these single most exciting technologies to come out around the Data Platform has been containers. You may not see them change your production setup.
(Jack Vamvas) Creating a Credential Object is useful when you require to pass a username and password through Powershell commands.
(Joe Gavin) You need to migrate a SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Native Mode environment installed on one server and move it all to another server. Check out this tip to learn the steps.
(Kenneth Fisher) TL;DR; You probably don’t know what you’re going to get.
(Pinal Dave) While trying to try PolyBase on my laptop, I was getting an error. When I looked further, the solution was so different and the error message has no relation to it.
(Maria Colgan) Oracle Autonomous Database automates the lifecycle management of a database, everything from provisioning, scaling, backups and patching, but what it doesn’t do yet is fully tune your application.
(Aakash Patel) Occasionally a SQL Server encounters a performance problem which can’t be addressed by just optimizing problematic code or tweaking some server level settings. In those situations, we must take a holistic approach for identifying the resource bottleneck.
(Daniel Janik) Recently I ran into an error when trying to copy a small database bacpac into an Azure Managed Instance. It’s said that SSMS is able to do this task. Let’s see it in action.