On 29th September we will have SQL Saturday Porto and I’m proud to announce that I will be speaking! I will be speaking about dbachecks PowerShell module - dbachecks - Checking SQL Server environments with PowerShell. The event will be held at ISEP, Rua Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 431, 4249-015 Porto, Portugal and you can see the full schedule here. Register, it’s free! Hope to see you in Porto! If you see me, come and say hi!
Starting on 19th of July and during 3 days the Tuga IT 2018 Summer Edition will be happening in Lisbon! This edition will have: You can see the full schedule here. This edition will have sessions about: Cloud, Data Platform, Development, Integration, IOT, Office, PowerShell and Security. I will be speaking on 19th about the dbachecks PowerShell module for SQL Server professionals. You can find more information about the session here: dbachecks – Checking SQL Server Environments With PowerShell.
This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is brought to us by Riley Major (b | t) and he encourage us to talk about how we are helping by giving back to our community. This is the 102nd edition of TSQL2sDay - an Adam Machanic’s (b | t) brainchild. Let’s go back for a moment: I have heard about SQL Server the first time back in 2003 when I was on the high school and I had a database class.
On one of the last clients I have worked, I have implemented dbachecks in order to get the state of art and know how cool or bad the environments are before start knocking down the bad practices. This client has seven different environments with more than 100 instances and more than 2000 databases. Serial execution A non-parallel execution (single session) took more than 2 hours. This is not a big problem when we run it out of hours and we don’t want/need to be looking or waiting for it to finish.
dbachecks has seen the light about two months ago. As I’m writing this blog post, the module counts with more than 2600 downloads just from the PowerShell gallery. The module has about 110 configurable checks that make our live easier! Today I will write about an option that I think users still do not realize that exists. The default dbachecks works with the values previously saved (for that we use Set-DbcConfig).
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