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שיחות בין DBAs

Guy Glantser and Eitan Blumin

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Conversations between DBA'S is the perfect podcast for DBA'S and especially those who use Microsoft's Data Platform. The podcast is moderated by Guy Glanzer and Eitan Blumin, Microsoft MVP'S, who have years of experience, and a lot of passion for the field, you will hear it yourself (: -The podcast is in Hebrew-
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DBAB Podcast

DBAB Podcast

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Welcome to the DBAB Podcast with the boys: Kirton, Garcia (Jack), Cobbs, Clete, and the other Garcia (Adam)! If you don't know what DBAB stands for, google it! We are a group of friends who all have a passion for sports amongst other endeavors. 80% of the group are high school educators and ball coaches! You hope inspire and motivate listeners on a weekly basis through resources we find that inspire and motivate us. And of course we will discuss sports! Enjoy! Subscribe and follow our journe ...
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DBA, Division Boutique Agency • DBA

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We are a small branding agency from Transylvania with a human-centric design approach. Our work consists of brand strategy and visual identity.
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Sovereign DBaaS Decoded

Severalnines

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Sovereign DBaaS Decoded is a podcast for IT leaders and implementers who want to understand data sovereignty and explore strategies to reliably scale their open-source database ops while maintaining control of how their data is managed and stored. In each episode, Severalnines CEO Vinay Joosery interviews industry leaders to uncover how organizations can implement open-source databases, cloud vendor-neutral environments, and tooling to address heavy workloads and mitigate business risks, inc ...
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JersonB

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Focusing on entrepreneurship and self-development with your host JersonB. Documenting his journey in hope that you can learn something from his failures and successes to help you within your own life.
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Indigenous Medicine Stories Podcast is a collaboration between AMS Healthcare and the Jason A. Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Traditional Medicine at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University. Indigenous Medicine Stories aims to educate health professionals and the public about Indigenous healing. The podcast will highlight the lived experiences of Indigenous Knowledge holders, healers, and Elders and help professionals who practice Indigenous healin ...
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DBAle

Redgate

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Each episode Chris and Chris will be discussing topics and news from the world of SQL Server, while enjoying and chatting about beer! So, grab yourself a beer and tune in, cheers.
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Dbaum: The Journey

dbaum - Prove that it can be done.

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Dbaum strongly stands for family, leaving a legacy, appreciation for the little things in life and honoring those who create. Here are the DAILY adventures through my mindset and what I am doing to create the life of my choice. I believe by using the methods I talk about in each episode, you will be able to change your mindset and take ownership of your life. This is my journey in creating a brand that is different from the rest, I hope you’d like to tag along Follow my journey on my other p ...
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Sports and Pints with DBA

Sports and Pints

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Sports Talk show covering all things Maryland Sports as well as international sports. Come and Join us as we kick back and enjoy a pint of beer as we talk sports with you all starting Tuesday March 7th.
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Today I have a question for you: What are the three biggest challenges you face today as a database professional? I was asked this recently, and I had some ideas, but I wonder if my challenges are the same ones you face. I don’t want to influence you, but I’m wondering what things cause you stress, headaches, difficulties, or somehow lower the enjo…
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I caught this piece on the need for programmers (developers) to not trust anyone, including themselves. It is written by a software developer for other software developers, but I think it can also apply to database work as well. It is a bit long, but it starts with the nature of abstractions in the world and how they let us work with simpler models…
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I caught this piece on the need for programmers (developers) to not trust anyone, including themselves. It is written by a software developer for other software developers, but I think it can also apply to database work as well. It is a bit long, but it starts with the nature of abstractions in the world and how they let us work with simpler models…
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The cloud has been a controversial concept for much of its existence. While the idea has been around for many decades, AWS started selling IT services in 2006, with Azure following suit in 2008. Since then, the use of cloud services has grown tremendously. While some applications and organizations have embraced the idea from the beginning. I found …
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The cloud has been a controversial concept for much of its existence. While the idea has been around for many decades, AWS started selling IT services in 2006, with Azure following suit in 2008. Since then, the use of cloud services has grown tremendously. While some applications and organizations have embraced the idea from the beginning. I found …
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I assume that most of you know about the principle of least privilege. If not, please read this short blog from Brian Kelley and make sure you understand how you should approach security. In the modern world, we also ought to adapt our systems for the zero trust model, which includes the least privilege principle. However, I wonder how many of your…
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This episode features Ernie and Charlotte Kwandibens. They are esteemed Indigenous elders and community leaders, renowned for their unwavering dedication to cultural preservation, education, and environmental stewardship. Born and raised within their traditional lands, Ernie a member of Whitesand First Nation, and Charlotte a member of the Waswanab…
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Stretch Database is finally going away. It is being retired. It was deprecated on Nov 16, 2022, from SQL Server 2022. Effective Jul 9, 2024, the supporting Azure service is retired. I saw this in an announcement on Jul 3, though I hope anyone using this service has been seeing lots of reminders over the last couple of years. I know I'm getting MySQ…
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מכירים את רדיו SQL SERVER? תכירו את שיחות בין DBA'S! הפודקאסט שלנו עבר מיתוג מחדש, ואפילו צולם לראשונה(: על מה דיברנו? קצת על המהלך, על הקהילה, על Tempdb,אינדקסים ושיפור ביצועים ועוד. קישורים לערוצי הקהילה
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I saw a blog post from Randolph West recently that asked How do you restore a SQL Server 2000 database in the year 2024? It's a bit of a process, involving an intermediate version and two restores. He also points out the need to run DBCC after the first restore, which is a good idea. I wonder how many people would take the time to do this, or even …
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Yesterday was Independence Day in the US and a day off for me. Today, I'm back to work. Same for my rocket engineer son, one day off. My wife remembers a few of her companies giving a 4-day weekend when a holiday falls on a Tuesday or Thursday, but that hasn't been my experience and isn't this week. I know we're barely into summer, which technicall…
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I had someone ask me recently how to run xp_cmdshell on a Linux version of SQL Server. I told them you can't, as it's an unsupported feature and not one that I expect to see released. I had to double-check, since I did think that supporting a BASH shell was a possibility, but it wasn't added to the product. In the feedback forums, I saw a request f…
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I often deal with customers who are looking to improve the way they build and manage database software. These could be small companies or large enterprises, with teams of developers trying to enhance their application software to solve new business problems. Often those enhancements require new data, with the related schema changes in a database. E…
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One of the hot terms in software these days is observability. There are a few definitions (Splunk, RadixWeb), but essentially this is the insight into how your software runs and performs using metrics, logs, traces, etc. In DevOps, we do this with an eye toward improving performance and identifying the root cause of issues. The focus is slightly di…
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The last 10-15 years in software development have seen a widespread embracing of unit testing. Before the popularity of mobile phones and their apps, most of the organizations I'd worked in gave lip service to automated unit testing, and often even more complex integration/system tests. These days, it seems more and more people embrace unit testing…
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There are lots of resources for learning: articles at SQL Server Central, blogs, user groups, SQL Saturday and other events, conferences, and more. In most of those cases, the editor, author, or speaker is deciding what they want to write about. If you want to learn something different, you need to go search out that information. You can certainly …
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In the last few months, I've been traveling around at a few of the Redgate Summits (one more in NYC coming) running panels on cloud journeys. I've had industry experts, both technical and managerial, discussing their approaches and journeys with advice and caveats for others. It can often be more than just migrating systems, so a lot of people have…
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SQL Injection has been a problem for my entire career. Thirty years ago I could have easily just blamed this on ignorance, as most of our developers didn't think about the nefarious ways that hackers enter data in our applications. These days, there isn't a good reason for this to keep happening, and the problem is us. I think that we don't provide…
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I almost called this "chasing a new laptop" since that's what I'm doing, but I decided to add the date because the current laptop I've using was built in March 2019 and got to me in May 2019. I've had an HP Spectre x360, my second HP Spectre, and I've really enjoyed it. I'm also amazed it still runs. On the last few trips, the two rubber strips tha…
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In the frontier of AI, vector databases have emerged as a pivotal technology, sitting at the intersection of everyday ops concerns, AI application frameworks, and data compliance. Join our CEO Vinay and Stephen Batifol, a seasoned Developer Advocate at Zilliz as they explore the fundamental differences between vector and traditional databases, thei…
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Join us for a sizzling new episode of the DBAB Podcast! We dive into the latest buzz in the sports world, updates on the progression of summer strength and conditioning, and chat about whatever else comes to mind. Tune in and enjoy the lively conversation! Always remember to Be The Light!โดย DBAB Podcast
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This episode features Esstin McLeod. Esstin (Niganobe), an Anishinaabe Kwe from the Mississaugi First Nations in Mid-Northern Ontario, is a Healer and Medicine Practitioner. She offers spiritual consultations and remedies to Native healthcare centers in Northern Ontario. In her role as a Medicine Practitioner, Esstin provides plant-based remedies a…
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One of the interesting things that I see at Redgate Software is how idealistic our developers and engineers can be. They often build our database DevOps products with the idea that customers will use well-designed databases. The systems will have primary keys, foreign keys, defaults, constraints, indexes, and more. Developers will use coding standa…
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At the Redgate Summit in London, I ran a panel talking about Platform Engineering and how we can make developers more productive. One of the questions from our audience revolved around AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies and how they might assist. As a note, AI tech includes a lot of different things, like machine learning (ML) among other th…
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I saw a tweet that DBCC CLONEDATABASE was being discontinued for production databases, which both scared me and didn't make sense. I've used this a few times for a quick copy of a database and like how it works. Discontinuing it seemed strange to me. Then I read the blog post, which notes that it's not being supported for production deployments. Th…
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היום גיא ואיתן מדברים עם אורחת מיוחדת מאוד - רוני ורד האחת והיחידה! 🤩 שמעו את הסיפור המעניין והפרספקטיבה המיוחדת שלה בתור מישהי שעובדת גם עם בסיס הנתונים של מיקרוסופט אבל גם עם המתחרים הגדולים שלה! קישורים רלוונטיים: דף הלינקדאין של רוני ורד Update Policy for Azure SQL Managed Instance - Microsoft Community Hub Update policy - Azure SQL Managed Ins…
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I have worked for a few startup companies, including SQL Server Central. Each has been a different experience, and I learned a lot at each stop. However, I'm not sure I'd want to go through that process again at my age. I was thinking about the challenges and the excitement of being at a startup while reading about the founding of Reddit. The post …
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„Hiába építesz erős brandet, ha mögötte a termék gyenge. Hiába állítasz elő egy nagyon jó terméket, ha nincs mögötte brand. Ennek a kettőnek egyensúlyban kell lennie. Mindkét esetre láttunk már példát.” Csikós Hunor, a Csíra társalapítója Itt érhető el Facebook | Instagram DBA-közösségimédia-felületek Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | YouTube Könyv…
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