This article explains the SQL Notebook feature in Azure Data Studio along with the Markdown language to customize it.Read more »
This article will fully cover the code snippet SQL developer productivity feature in Azure Data Studio including a list of available snippets and examples of how to create custom code snippetsRead more »
In this article, we will explore SQL Server Profiler in Azure Data Studio in detail including download and installation, execution plans, coding T-SQL and more.Read more »
In the previous articles of this series on using SQL Server 2019 on Ubuntu, we have explored the followingRead more »
Azure Data Studio is a new GUI based tool that works on Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems. It connects to SQL Server, Azure database, and SQL DW.Read more »
Microsoft Azure Data Studio is a new GUI-based (vs CLI) lightweight tool for developing and managing your modern SQL databases. The tool resembles Microsoft’s lightweight code editor, the open source IDE Visual Studio Code in terms of functionalities and the UI in general. If you’ve used Visual Studio Code (or VS Code), you’d feel at home with Azure Data Studio. Azure Data Studio also integrates really well other products like Azure SQL Database and Data Warehouse has been made very simple. Azure Data Studio is a cross-platform tool available for Linux, Windows, and Mac to manage the SQL Server databases. You can go ahead and download Microsoft Azure Data Studio to try it out!Read more »
In this 18th article of the series, we will discuss the concepts of database backup-and-restore of SQL Server Docker containers using Azure Data Studio. Before proceeding, you need to have Docker engine installed and Azure Data Studio configured on your host machine.
This article covers the following topics:
- Overview of Azure Data Studio (ADS)
- How to use Azure Data Studio integrated terminal
- Definition of Docker containers
- Step by step instructions to initiate backup-and-restore of SQL Server 2017 Docker containers using the Azure Data Studio interface
- And more…
Azure Data Studio is free, lightweight database development and operations cross-platform tool for private and commercial usage, that can be installed on Windows, macOS, and Linux for SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
Azure Data Studio is built to simplify work of database developers, database administrators, and system administrators. Azure Data Studio boosts your productivity with smart code snippets, keyword completion, IntelliSense, source control integration, the ability to view and save results in CSV, Excel, JSON format, and the capability to organize and manage favorite database connections, etc. The first version of Azure Data Studio was released in November 2017.Read more »