Admin Pack for Azure Data Studio

I have been using Azure Data Studio for a while now (since end of 2019, perhaps? Too lazy to check). It was love at first sight for me. Because I had used the Visual Studio Code before (I still use it sporadically), I felt at home with ADS immediately. The look, the intellisense, the dark mode, the cross-platform, the extensions, almost everything.

6 Steps to Database Migration in the Cloud

I have been asked a few times on how to migrate databases in the cloud. Sometimes I’m confused and have to pause before answering this question. Not because I don’t know how, but it’s more that I’m trying to figure out what is the motivation behind the question. In short: it should not be different than migrating databases on the on-premises servers. In other words, the only difference is that, the servers on the cloud are managed by a third-party provider.

Microsoft Azure

Start With Azure as Database Developer

If you are like me, you may have heard Azure a few years ago for the first time. You may even have tested and tried to work with it. But somehow, either you’ve been turned off by the cost (it starts reasonably small, but it can have snow ball effect if you are not careful) or the demands were not really out there. So you decided to stop using the service because you’d better use your time for something else.

However, cloud computing is the thing now, and it makes sense to give it another look.