Tag: new feature
SQL Server 2016 – Drop \ Disable Database \ Table Stretch Feature
It’s been a week I was playing around this new feature. Now I’m going to drop\disable this feature so save some $ in my Azure subscription 🙂
SQL Server 2016 – Playing Around Stretch database
I started testing the stretch tables quite some time and thought of blogging the experience.
SQL Server 2016 – Configure Database Stretching
In the last two days we saw whats stretch database and how to identify the tables. Today we will see how to stretch your database to Azure cloud. Before we start I would like mention it again that the tables you choose for streching will migrate all the data to Azure which means we can […]
SQL Server 2016 – Identifying Tables to Stretch to Azure Cloud
Yesterday I covered what’s strecthing a database to cloud. Today I’m going to cover how to identify the tables which can stretch to Cloud. In most of the cases you knew which table we can move however if you are not sure when one then you can make use of this tool. I’m going to […]
SQL Server 2016 – Tempdb Configuration During Installation
After couple of years I’m started playing around the pre release packages. Today I installed Windows Server 2016 Technical preview release 3 and SQL Server 2016 CTP 2.4 in my machine to play around the upcoming release.