The Stretch database is one of the latest and most-exciting features that has been released with SQL Server 2016. In the previous article, we examined the concept behind it, the steps to implement it, monitor it and how it can be disabled. As a natural follow-up, we will explore the backup and restore topic when it comes to those kind of databases.Read more »
In the last years, he is working on a great variety of customers' environments and involved in complex transitions and transformation projects.
Miroslav is also leading courses at Sofia University and participated as a speaker in various events.
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- How to perform backup and restore operations on SQL Server stretch databases - September 7, 2016
- SQL Server stretch databases – Moving your “cold” data to the Cloud - August 18, 2016
- Tips and tricks for SQL Server database maintenance optimization - January 11, 2016
Tons of new and exciting features have been introduced with the release of the latest SQL Server 2016. It simply is faster, better and more reliable! 🙂 As with the last several releases, there are again a lot of improvements with regards to the integration between on-premises databases and databases sitting into the Cloud. The ultimate goal is to have as convenient and easy as possible migration of the data in both directions. Today’s focus will be one of those features: Stretched Databases. Fasten your seatbelts and discover what is beneath this term!Read more »
Database maintenance is very important, a critical part of our database administrators’ daily tasks. However, this aspect is frequently underestimated which could lead to performance problems and respectively angry, unhappy customers. In this article, we will take a look at the different maintenance operations we have in SQL Server and how we can optimize them and take the maximum out of each.Read more »
SQL Server replication is a relatively old high-availability solution part of the Microsoft world. In fact, there have not been any significant changes to this solution in the recent versions SQL versions, but it is still a widespread mechanism for distributing objects from one database to another and synchronize them. Replication is very useful when you have remote and mobile users accessing your data. Let’s cut to the chase and give you more details about our specific case. 🙂Read more »
It has been a while since the last transaction log article has been published, so I hope you do remember where this series is heading to. In the former posts, we have examined the Log Structure and Write-Ahead Algorithm (part 1) and the Top Reasons for Log Performance Problems (part 2). Taking into consideration this knowledge, we will review some best-practices for transaction log configuration in order to decrease the chance of experiencing log bottlenecks.Read more »
SQL Server transaction log is one of the most critical and in the same time one of the most misinterpreted part. While being neglected, it can easily become a bottleneck to our SQL Server environment. We need to have this in mind and to take care of our transaction logs in order to streamline the performance of our queries and increase log’s throughput.Read more »