Last Week Reading (2020-07-27)

Last Week Reading (2020-07-27)

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SQL Server Management Studio 18.6 is available 
The latest version of the most popular SQL Server tools is generally available.

Azure Data Factory extension
New version of Azure DevOps extension for deploying Azure Data Factory.

Building the Ultimate Home Office
If you wonder about modernizing your home office, Troy Hunt has a great blog post.

Garmin is suffering due to ransomware
If you think that cloud protect you from everything – think again and check your DR plan.

MAXDOP in Azure SQL Database?
New feature should be available worldwide by August 2020.

New hardware options in Azure SQL Database
New compute and memory optimized hardware for really demanding workloads.

New Business Applications certifications
If you are working with Dynamics 365 or Power Platform, consider this certification

A word from Microsoft’s CEO:

Video: Benchmarking SQL Server and Azure SQL with WorkloadTools

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Michal Sadowski
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Senior Database Platform Engineer, leader of Krakow chapter of Data Community Krakow - PASS Chapter. With more than 10 years of experience in Microsoft technology, helps in advisory for performance optimization on database and application levels. Holds many Microsoft certificates including MCSA: Windows Server 2008/2012/2016, MCSA: SQL Server 2012/2014/2016, MCSE: Data Platform and MCT.

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