You manage servers, not invoices. Your company has started to move their databases into Azure, and they’re asking questions that you’re just not ready to answer. How big does your server need to be when you’re moving an existing database up to the cloud? How are servers measured? How do you measure to know if your new Azure SQL DB is overwhelmed, or if it’s a code or index problem? How do you make the right adjustments once you’re up there?
In some webcasts, I give you all the answers. In this webcast, I’m mostly just giving you the questions – but I’d rather have you learn them quickly in a short webcast instead of learning ’em the hard way. Here goes:
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Excellent Brent! like always.
Valid too for AWS RDS SQL SERVER 😉
lol you don’t manage invoices until you move to the cloud and then suddenly its the only thing you do and you also have 3 more dbas you didn’t have before tunning queries
before, tuning queries.*