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SQL Server Radio

Guy Glantser, Eitan Blumin

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SQL Server Radio is a Podcast for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the Microsoft SQL Server platform and the Microsoft data platform in general. As the data world changes, we also occasionally talk about other platforms and services like Azure and Amazon cloud services, Elastic Search, Hadoop, MongoDB, Machine Learning, and much more.
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SQL Data Partners Podcast

Carlos L Chacon

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Hosted by Carlos L Chacon, the SQL Data Partners Podcast focuses on Microsoft data platform related topics mixed with a sprinkling of professional development. Carlos and guests discuss new and familiar features and ideas and how you might apply them in your environments. Visit our website for episode show notes at marathonus.com/podcast and leave a comment if you have a topic you think we should discuss. We’ll see YOU on the SQL Trail.
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Ask SQL Family - SQL Player's show

Kamil Nowinski

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This podcast is about SQL Family, from SQL Family and for SQL Family. We're been talking about many varies things including Microsoft Data Platform and all related stuff to well known SQL members. Do not know what a #SQLFamily is? Do you know who is a member of SQLFamily? Do you want to know what they do, why they are so popular or what their dog/cat name is? Or maybe you want to become a new member? The podcast is for you!
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This episode, Rich & Liam from Infer chat to Andreas Drakos, Senior Director of RevOps at Superside, the Creative-as-a-Service powerhouse. Covering Andreas' journey into RevOps, his opinions on the function, the potential for AI and much, much more. We hope you enjoy! As always, we're brought to you by Infer, a game changing Revenue Intelligence pl…
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Guy and Eitan discuss some important and interesting news from Microsoft about SQL Server, Straight Path Solutions publish 30 articles about SQL Server security checks, Guy talks about his experience with Excel, and Eitan is irritated about people still not doing SQL jobs correctly in AlwaysOn Availability Groups. Relevant links: SQLBits Free Video…
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Summary In this episode, Liam, Rich and Freddie chat about all things RevOps, data and of course AI. Freddie's experience in rapidly scaling organisations, specifically focused on Go-To-Market teams was fascinating to listen to. We covered Freddie's definition of RevOps, where RevOps should sit in an org, the future of RevOps and his most controver…
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Guy and Eitan continue discussing HADR solutions. But this time focusing on Transactional Replication, its cons and pros and potential use cases. Also, some important announcements from Microsoft about Azure SQL! Relevant links: Data API builder General Availability (microsoft.com) Build REST API with Azure Data API Builder (DAB) (mssqltips.com) Ze…
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Summary In this episode, Liam, Erik and Andrew discuss various topics related to data analytics, including Andrew's background in finance and his transition to data analytics, the role of data in higher education, building a personal brand on LinkedIn, the purpose of an analytics function in a business, trends in data analytics teams, challenges as…
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Listener beware! This episode is full of danger as we tackle an interesting use case for Dynamic SQL. Dynamic SQL generally has a bad reputation in SQL Server circles, and with good reason. Dynamic SQL can open the door to many undesirable results - SQL Injection attacks being the most frightening of these. It can also be difficult to read, making …
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Erik Darling joins Kendra Little to rate different SQL Server Performance Tuning Techniques in episode 81 of the Dear SQL DBA podcast. We share our opinions of... (deep breath) Recompile hints, Query Store hints and plan forcing, CTEs, Resource Governor, the legacy cardinality estimator, Table Variables, Automatic Plan Correction, Batch Mode, index…
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Guy and Eitan discuss the various High Availability and Disaster Recovery options available to us in Microsoft SQL Server, their main advantages, limitations, and when it's most suitable to use or not to use them. Relevant links for further reading: AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups / Database Mirroring AlwaysOn "Enterprize" Availability Groups Fa…
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What kinds of problems are organizations solving with Machine Learning? In this episode, we explore a situation where a public works department was looking for more accurate information to predict future water levels based on rainfall to maintain water tank storage for balancing pressure and to prevent overflow flooding. Marathon data solutions con…
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Guy and Eitan talk about some interesting news from Microsoft about SQL Server in Azure. And also discuss the topic of Backups and Recovery, RTO, RPO, RCO, and database Integrity Checks. Relevant links: Microsoft Copilot in Azure extends capabilities to Azure SQL Database (Private Preview) - Microsoft Community Hub Regex in SQL DB (microsoft.com) S…
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Summary Lucy discusses her background and career path in analytics, including her experiences at The FT, ASOS and Burberry. She highlights the differences in data analytics between established brands and scale-ups. Lucy also shares her insights on the value of analytics and the challenges of leading an analytics team. She discusses the hype around …
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Niko Neugebauer and Vladimir Ivanovic are our esteemed guests for today, and they have a HUGE announcement to make about Azure SQL Managed Instances. Extra! Extra! 🗞 Hear all about it on this exclusive scoop here at the SQL Server Radio podcast! Relevant links: Azure SQL Managed Instance Next-gen GP (microsoft.com) Use Next-gen General Purpose serv…
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After discussing the Capabilities Maturity Model in our last episode, it was fate when Andy Levy reached out and suggested a topic which sounds like a case study about his experience with CMM. As the only data professional in his organization at the time of his hiring, Andy went from fixing problems to slowing increasing his role in the organizatio…
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Welcome to All things being SQL. The podcast dedicated to data, analytics, insights and of course SQL. Brought to you by the team behind Infer, the analytics tool allowing any organisation to become AI enabled. Interviews, technical deep dives and a healthy dose of our opinion, strap in, it's going to be fun! Hosted by Erik Mathiesen-Dreyfus, exper…
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Guy tries to convince Eitan that OPTION(RECOMPILE) is the ultimate "Turbo" button in SQL Server, and that it's strongly underappreciated. Relevant links for more info: OPTION(RECOMPILE) (Transact-SQL) - SQL Server | Microsoft Learn Recompile a Stored Procedure - SQL Server | Microsoft Learn Should I use option(recompile)? – SQLServerCentral SQL SER…
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Have you ever felt stuck in a rut, repeating the same tasks, while knowing there is room for improvement? The Capability Maturity Model may be a way for you to start contributing to those improvements. In this podcast episode, Kevin Kline from SolarWinds walks us through how we might go from simply dealing with issues as they come, to being a contr…
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Eugene Meidinger stops by to chat about Power BI Performance Tuning with Kendra. We talk about the various engines and languages used in Power BI and big-picture strategies for getting performance from the start. Eugene then talks about the community of tools and techniques that can be used to dig in and solve performance problems in Power BI. Euge…
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Do you find yourself repeating the same actions when pulling SQL Server performance metrics? Performance tuning a troublesome SQL Server can be a challenge. Luckily the community continues to produce wonderful folks like Erik Darling who contribute their knowledge to make your life a bit easier. In this episode of the SQL Data Partners podcast, we …
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Guy and Eitan discuss various practices in SQL Server that hurt performance and possibly waste money, negative VarDecimal numbers, renumbering Identity columns, and the new Azure Database Fleet Manager. Relevant links: SQL Server IN Clause With Multiple Literal Values Performance Behaviour | Neeraj Prasad Sharma Could SQL Injection be dangerous eve…
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This past November, Eugene and I attended the 2023 PASS Data Community Summit (aka PASS Summit) in Seattle, while Kevin headed down to Orlando for the Microsoft Live! 360 event in Orlando. Having no remote option this year was fine for us, as it was great to reconnect with our friends and colleagues in the data community, as well as get updates liv…
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Guy and Eitan talk about some great things about SQL Server, and mostly Guy’s experience in digging into execution plans and generating synthetic IO workloads. Relevant links: What’s new in SQL Server and Azure SQL 2023 Year in Review Multi-Tenancy in the Real World | Eitan Blumin (Data Weekender 6.5)…
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Moving up the ranks in the holy technology wars is the medallion architecture, and boy are we interested in getting your thoughts. Not since the 2008 Olympics and Michael Phelps' tenth of a second win over Milorad Cavic has there been so much controversy around bronze, silver, and gold. This episode of the podcast has a genesis with Databricks and …
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In this Episode, Carlos talks about managed services and shares some of the benefits of working with an MSP, as well as potential cons. The term manage services refers to the practice of outsourcing business administration or management responsibilities to the third party. Why would you ever want to outsource these pieces? Listen in to learn more a…
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Guy and Eitan go back to their SQL Server roots and go hardcore into execution plan analysis and database corruption. Relevant links: Health Check Scripts/Find_Top_Exec_Plans_to_Optimize.sql SQLServerFast.com Database Corruption Challenge by Steve Steadman A DBA's Guide to the Proper Handling of Corruption Data TLV Summit PASS Data Community Summit…
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We love hearing from our listeners!!! In this episode, a long-time listener asked about the future of AI in the data platform space. We thought this was a very interesting topic as Microsoft has been including Artificial Intelligence or AI in more and more of its marketing material. In this episode we'll dive into the definition of AI, what feature…
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In this episode, Michael J Swart joins the Dear SQL DBA podcast to talk about databases, automation, and how he’s come to illustrate some of the coolest blog posts ever to be written about data. Check out Michael’s art and blog posts at michaeljswart.com, and explore his posts by illustration at https://michaeljswart.com/browse-articles-by-illustra…
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