Tag: Migration

Migrate SQL Server Database to an Azure SQL Database
Migrate SQL Server Database to an Azure SQL Database
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You can use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate the databases from an on-premises SQL Server instance to Azure SQL Database. In this example, we will move the SQL Server 2008 database on on-premises Windows Server 2008 R2 to Azure SQL. As seen in the image below, there is a database called “DCOInsurance” on SQL… READ MORE

Mitigating Security Concerns: What If You Cannot Patch?
Mitigating Security Concerns: What If You Cannot Patch?
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The best solution when faced with a known security vulnerability is to upgrade to the latest version of the product where the issue no longer exists. However, that is often a heck of a lot more complicated than it sounds when Mitigating security concerns. Although performing an upgrade is typically the most secure option, all… READ MORE

ESPC19 - Wednesday Round Up
ESPC19 – Wednesday Round Up
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Video Transcript Hi, I’m Jeff Willinger reporting hey I am Jeff Willinger and I am super excited to be here at ESPC ESPC19 the European SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure Conference. This is our wrap-up show today and I am very excited to be joined by two of my colleagues Lisa and Erica. Hi I’m… READ MORE

Jeff Willinger & Benjamin Niaulin
Jeff Willinger & Benjamin Niaulin
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Video Transcript Hi my name is Jeff Willinger J Willie on Twitter and I am super excited to be here on the floor of the European SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure conference ESPC19 and once again I’m here at happy hour and once again I have a new guest today and if you don’t recognize… READ MORE

How to Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to the new Az Module
How to Migrate Azure PowerShell from AzureRM to the new Az Module
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In December, Microsoft released version 1.0.0 of the new Az Module. Az is a cross-platform PowerShell module to manage resources in Azure that is compatible with both WindowsPowerShell and PowerShell Core. Why to migrate to Az? Az is written from ground up in .NET Standard which allows us to use the module in PowerShell Core on Windows, MacOs or Linux platforms. It is… READ MORE