managed instance

Azure SQL Server

Linked Servers in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

Linked servers enable the SQL Server and Azure SQL Database Managed Instance to read data from remote data sources and execute commands against the remote database servers. In this video, Anna Thomas and Colin Murphy go over configuring linked servers in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. At the end, Anna briefly mentions creating a linked […]

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Azure SQL Server

Understanding Global VNet Peering Support for Azure SQL Managed Instance

To provide customers with an easier network configuration, all newly created virtual clusters will be enabled for access over global virtual network peering connections, now in general availability. This enables customers to pair managed instances in failover group configuration, in an easy and performant way, by simply connecting virtual networks in different regions. By utilizing […]

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Azure SQL Server

Newer Features in Azure SQL Managed Instance

Chris Seferlis covers some of the features in Azure SQL Server Managed Instance that have been added in the 1.5+ years since it was originally introduced.

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Azure SQL Server

CLR in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance

With the Common Language Runtime (CLR) hosted in Microsoft SQL Server (aka CLR integration), you can author stored procedures, triggers, user-defined functions, user-defined types, and user-defined aggregates in managed code. The CLR is also available in Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. In this video, Anna Hoffman and Colin Murphy go over what CLR is, how […]

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