Monthly Archives: December 2017

Different methods to write PowerShell output to a SQL table

PowerShell has become the ultimate choice for many database administrators because of its efficient way of handling and managing automation in a simple, quick way. It’s built on .NET Framework and uses Object Models such as COM, ADSI, ADO, and … Continue reading

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Configure SQL Server 2017 on Linux with mssql-conf, the Linux way

The configuration of any system plays a vital role in its working efficiently. However, configuring a system needs not necessarily be a daunting task. There are several tools that help with the process. SQL Server on Linux provides a wide … Continue reading

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An introduction to a SQL Server 2017 Graph database

What is a graph database? A graph is composed of two elements: a NODE (vertices) and an EDGE (relationship). Each node represents entities, and the nodes are connected to one another with edges; these provide details on the relationship between two nodes … Continue reading

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