Last week reading (2018-09-09)

Last week reading (2018-09-09)

Automatic intelligent insights to optimize performance with SQL Data Warehouse
With no additional costs, Azure SQL DW delivers you best practice recommendations in terms of data skew and suboptimal table statistics.

New monitoring capabilities for Power BI Premium Capacities
Looks as quite cool way to monitoring your Power BI.

Single-Column-Key Missing Index Recommendations are Usually Wrong
Ah, it’s very common. But if you still learn about indexes – check why not worth (in many cases) taking SSMS’ advises seriously and asking sp_BlitzIndex instead.

The August release of SQL Operations Studio is now available
New version of SOS has been released. Check how easy and smart the process of import data from flat files can be now.

Event: SQL Relay
Why not come to this free conference? It will take place in 5 cities in the UK in 1 month times. I’ll be there all week long. You…?

Previous BI Conference in Wroclaw
Next SQLDay 2018

About author

Kamil Nowinski
Kamil Nowinski 174 posts

Blogger, speaker. Data Platform MVP, MCSE. Senior Data Engineer & data geek. Member of Data Community Poland, co-organizer of SQLDay, Happy husband & father.

View all posts by this author →

You might also like

Last Week Reading 0 Comments

Last Week Reading (2019-09-08)

Hello all and welcome after my one month of my absence. What was I doing? Thank you for asking! I have been on holiday. ONE month of very relaxing, bit

Last Week Reading 0 Comments

Last week reading (2017-12-03)

Induction This is a new series. Posts in that series as summary of last week reading. So long I was thinking about it whether is it good idea to post

Last Week Reading 0 Comments

Last week reading (2018-03-11)

SET IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS ON Is One Hell of a Bad Idea How dangerous IMPLICIT_TRANSACTIONS might be What is a Managed Instance (preview)? Yaay! Microsoft has just introduced Managed Instance which allows

0 Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply