At work, I got to do some really interesting stuff. What I like is they really give me the freedom to try things out. Ah, and if you wanna join us, we have a position to work with me, posted here: https://grnh.se/4899e2091.
There is a saying, which I don’t exactly remember, is that a backup is only a backup if you test the restore of the same. So, I was working on creating an automated way of restoring the backups of my production databases and give me some sort of reporting around it.
So, I did that work and it is running really fine with the structure that I have. Then, I had the idea to share what I did with the community, mainly because I rely on almost all of my work to dbatools, and without them I would have more trouble/work do, to get the same results.
I shared a screenshot on twitter as you can see below.
I got a few replies from people saying that they would like to see how it is done. So, in this blog post, I’ll explain you all the steps that I had to do, to obtain this result.
Those days at work I had to remove a bunch of databases from the Availability Groups and later drop them from the primary and secondary replicas. I know I could do the click, click and drop thing, but why not PowerShell? Read the rest of this entry
I just wanted to share that I will be presenting a Lightining Talk at SQL Saturday 679 in Vienna, Austria. I will have 10 minutes to present the following session.
Title: My 5 favorite Powershell Commands!
So, if you are planning to be in Vienna for the SQL Saturday, make sure to register yourself, as there are only a few spots available. Also, if you are a DBA, I would say that you really should be attending my Lightining Talk, because the commands that I am gonna show you will save your life.. or at least make it easier.
Also, look at the Event Agenda, as there will be many other sessions in all areas of the Data Platform world.
See you in Vienna!
First of all! Really, really thanks dbatools team for this. I don’t have words to describe the impact that you guys have in my job. I use it every single day!
Now… back to the subject..
Those days I was preparing myself for a presentation and started to play around with Online Services Content Packs and decided to use the GitHub App Connector that is available.
In the left bottom of the Power BI area you have the Get Data option.
Once the page is opened you should choose Services and click on GET.
In the search bar just type Github. In the Github connector click on Get it now