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voiceofthedba's podcast

A series of episodes that look at databases and the world from a data professional's viewpoint. Written and recorded by Steve Jones, editor of SQLServerCentral and The Voice of the DBA.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
10/15/2018 Modeling and Design Are More Important in DevOps I've run across a few customers that are adopting DevOps process...
10/11/2018 Self-Healing ETL The process of building ETL flows is cumbersome and time consumi...
10/08/2018 Remember the Simple Things This is a hardware post, and not at all database related, but it...
10/05/2018 The Single Pane of Glass One of the things that I've seen talked about quite in the DevOp...
10/04/2018 Start the DevOps Journey   Read the rest of Start the DevOps Journey
10/03/2018 Cloud Backup I think that backup and restore are the most critical things for...
10/02/2018 Are Indexes Actually Changes to the System I haven't thought about this in some time, but Brent Ozar raises...
10/01/2018 Give Up On Natural Primary Keys There is plenty of debate over how to design your database. At S...
09/27/2018 An Open Thank You to the Microsoft SQL Server Team Thank you, Microsoft SQL Server Development team. I really am ha...
09/26/2018 The Uninteresting But Necessary Work There has been a rising tide of data legislation in the last few...
09/25/2018 SQL Server v.Next is Coming in 2019 Yesterday the 2018 Ignite conference kicked off with a...
09/24/2018 Azure DevOps I've been a fan of Visualstudio.com and VSTS for some ...
09/21/2018 Fitting Into RAM RAM has always been a fairly limited resource in most of the com...
09/20/2018 The Perfect Storm The Perfect Storm is a movie about the confluence of three ...
09/19/2018 Rollbacks are Normal Do any of you think that a rollback of a version for your applic...
09/18/2018 Monitoring Costs I'm a believer in instrumentation and metrics being regularly ga...
09/12/2018 We Don't Have Perfect Information I was discussing the PASS Summit with someone and they were wond...
09/10/2018 The Hybrid Cloud When various vendors started to push the idea of using the cloud...
08/29/2018 Data Clarity There was an Associated Press (AP) report recently tha...
08/27/2018 Limiting the Ability to Concentrate and Collaborate I used to have an office. I guess I have an office now, but it's...
08/24/2018 Fun at Work I am lucky in that I get to travel and speak at a number of even...
08/23/2018 The Weakest Link I noticed another data breach recently. This breach was fro...
08/21/2018 Super Nerds I enjoy the game of baseball, playing as a kid and then for a de...
08/20/2018 Data Has a Dollar Value It seems that every year we see new ways of analyzing informatio...
08/17/2018 The Best Days I recently asked about the worst days in your career, so today l...
08/16/2018 What Data is Really Needed? The GDPR took effect in May of this year, at least with regards ...
08/15/2018 Maintain Your Trustworthiness Many of us that are DBAs and/or sysadmins find ourselves with pr...
08/14/2018 The Master of the Schema "The database ... should be the master of the schema". It's not...
08/06/2018 Will Terminators Be Required? I was looking at an article the other day and noticed that there...
07/02/2018 DevOps is Helpful A few weeks ago I gave a presentation at the 24 Hours of Pa...


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