The way it works out in most cases is, when organizations are small, the team put in place rock-solid plans to monitor their servers.
This year has been filled with data privacy and protection concerns. From the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the exposure of data breaches at Cambridge Analytica, Facebook and Under Armour, to new legislation springing up in the US, including New York’s Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act (SHIELD) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Stories about the value of data – and the risks associated with it – are everywhere. As data professionals, the pressure is there to achieve a balance between compliance and the need to deliver faster than ever.
Alongside specialists, an IT department needs people who are broadly skilled and adaptable, who can pivot quickly to new projects, slot easily into new teams, and be productive quickly. In this blog post, we will learn about database coding standards and productivity.
The increasing size of SQL Server databases, alongside the growing complexity of SQL Server estates, is making more organizations realize the need for a tool that enables proactive monitoring. Let us try to answer a question – What is the ROI of a SQL Server Monitoring Tool?
Just like everyone, I love free quality education. However, the biggest challenge we see in the technology world is that even though we have free education available, after a while the relevance of the education is limited. Technology field is continuously changing and we all need to keep ourselves updated with the technology. In this blog post we will talk about SQL in the City Streamed, Virtual Event held on December 13 2017.
It is not possible that readers of SQLAuthority.com is not aware of amazing tools built by Redgate. We all know that Redgate builds tool which makes SQL DBA and Developer’s life easier. We can eliminate human errors and improve our efficiency. Redgate software along with helpful tools also produces a very interesting content for DBA and Developers. I am excited to see that Redate has recently announced Community Hub.