Ahmad Yaseen

SQL Server Table Structure Overview

March 7, 2018 by

Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management systems (RDBMS) that, at its fundamental level, stores the data in tables. The tables are the database objects that behave as containers for the data, in which the data will be logically organized in rows and columns format. Each row is considered as an entity that is described by the columns that hold the attributes of the entity. For example, the customers table contains one row for each customer, and each customer is described by the table columns that hold the customer information, such as the CustomerName and CustomerAddress. The table rows have no predefined order, so that, to display the data in a specific order, you would need to specify the order that the rows will be returned in. Tables can be also used as a security boundary/mechanism, where database users can be granted permissions at the table level.

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Prashanth Jayaram

An overview of the process of SQL Server backup-and-restore

March 1, 2018 by

In a manner of speaking, planning and implementing a SQL Server backup design is an art. Backup, Restoration, Recovery, Business Continuity Plans (BCP), and Disaster Recovery (DR) are different phases of data revolving around the discussions involving data backup. In other words, it’s about how we ensure to retain the business data through any sort of situation that’s thrown at us.

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