Category: 2014

Bye bye SQL Server 2005, now is the time for you to #upgrade

TweetFrom today SQL Server 2005 will no longer have any support from the Microsoft, which means no security updates or hotfixes that might affect your production platform if you are still managing 2005 version instances. Microsoft and partners (along with MVPs)…

Meet and greet your data with Power BI empowerment

TweetIn the current times data is most important arsenal for any company to analyse, mine and visualise required information without having a dependancy on external sources. Being a Data Analyst right software is always helpful to create visualisations and get…

Data Culture Day – Power BI Edition London #DataCulture #PowerBI

TweetThe best opportunity to get to know world of Power BI and Excel in the data analytics field. Whether are not you are dealing with data visualisations and analytics, this is the best opportunity to attend Data Culture Data –…

Azure Data Factory, get your data raw materials for manufacturing

TweetHere is the good news about general availability of Azure Data Factory that will enable a better way to manage data from multiple on-premise and cloud data sources. Here is a graphical representation about the topic: A simple way to integrate…

Features supported by the editions of SQL Server

TweetThere are certain instructions you need to be aware of features supported by different editions of SQL Server. Since the version 2012 (still applicable on 2014 & 2016 CTP2)  Microsoft has divided the number of specifications on editions perspective to accommodate unique…