Category: Editions

Compare The Market – Data Science vs Analytical Skills

Tweet“You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.” – Daniel Keys Moran By far, from my experience it is essential to build your argument/position having a supportive data at hand, we can’t just win the…

SQL Server 2016 ‘It Just Runs Faster’

TweetIt will need guts to release such a statement, that too announcement about SQL Server 2016 – it just runs faster. Not a simple statement for marketing purpose, but real-world improvements and hard-work efforts made the new version 2016 as…

SQL Server R Service – enterprise-scale data science

TweetData Science is the new workforce that has geared up in most of business domains now,data is a centric force for every organisation irrespective of size-of-business. In this space when Microsoft acquired Revolution Analytics that marks development tools and enhanced R…

Truncate and Shrink Transaction Log: What To Choose?

TweetTransaction file is the most vital element yet overlooked sometimes. The transactions carried out in the SQL Server database are recorded and logged into the transaction log database. This is why the file is named ‘Transaction Log Database’. There exists…

Edinburgh SQL Server Usergroup Nov 2015 schedule – learn from #SQLSentry pros. #sqlpass

TweetHere is the exciting news for Edinburgh SQL Server usergroup (T: @sqlscot)for this November 2015 schedule. On 12th November we are inviting 2 professionals from SQL Sentry, John Martin (T: @sqlservermonkey) & Richard Douglas (T: @sqlrich). Full abstract and details…

SQL Relay 2015 – 3 events sold out and 3 filling up fast! #SQLRelay events ready with agenda .

TweetThe excitement is on, speakers are being assembled and sessions are being chosen! London, Reading and Bristol events are sold out, which means waiting-list is ON! Other places – Nottingham , Cardiff and Birmingham filling up fast, what are you…

Still struggling to upgrade SQL Server 7, 2000 and 2005 instances, need help and support from Microsoft?

TweetI know the subject line question is tricky and twisty to respond, and not easy to handle the upgrade situation for legacy database applications. When I say tricky in the sense of getting an approval from the management to upgrade previous…

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…