Many businesses are overspending on licences, but an equal amount are also under licensed. In short, businesses are not using their licences in an optimised way.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, disruption to business is inevitable. This will present changes for businesses, but also opportunities for businesses to improve and implement best practices that will ensure a resilient and reliable SQL Server environment.
WARDY IT Solutions offers the latest remote training technology to enable students to attend any of our Azure and SQL Server courses in a location that suits them. These remote courses are led by our world class instructors and are delivered through a high-definition experience with real-time access to our trainers enabling you to attend the training from anywhere.
As the impact of COVID-19 increases around the world WARDY IT Solutions is taking numerous steps to ensure the continuity of our service. We have restricted business travel and are encouraging hygiene practices in our offices. We have also successfully tested our Business Continuity Plans and confirmed that all areas of our business are able […]
The early days of SQL Server Azure PaaS offerings were a period of change for Data professionals, DBAs etc. As a lot of colleagues and end users remarked “Where is the SQL Agent? Life simply isn’t the same anymore!”
For many people, the New Year has become more than a holiday and a chance to celebrate the Year that was. The gesture of turning the calendar back to the 1st of January becomes an opportunity to make a fresh start and resolve to focus more on health, make career strides, migrate from SQL Server […]
Do you want to learn more about Azure Data Factory? Would you like to know if it will replace SQL Server Integration Services? Trying to understand the difference between Pipelines, SSIS and Mapping Data Flows? If so, this is the perfect session for you as it will answer these questions and more.
SQL Server End of Life (EOL) indicates that a particular version is at the end of its useful life, and Microsoft stops selling and developing it. We encourage you to upgrade your system to avoid these risks. If you are not sure whether you are still eligible for extended support, check your version of SQL Server below.