Since SQL Server 2016, Microsoft has separated SSMS installation from SQL Server Engine installation, and the SQL Server setup page now includes an option to install SSMS.
Azure Data Studio is a new graphical user interface (GUI) application for connecting to SQL Server from Microsoft. In this blog article, we’ll look at why we need it and what this new tool is.
Microsoft has separated installation of SSMS from SQL Server Engine Installation since SQL Server 2016 and if you see the SQL server setup page it has an option to Install SSMS
I wanted to try out the new and shiny features of SQL Server 2017 when it was released last fall, so I opted to install it on one of my virtual machines.
This is the first of a multi-part article on how to run a SQL test lab on a laptop. To begin, we must first enable Windows’ hyper-V feature. Hyper-V is included with Windows 10, however it is turned off by default. We can utilize the GUI, PowerShell, or the command line to enable HyperV.
With the Cloud at our disposal and a myriad of virtual Labs available, setting up a lab in this day and age is like reinventing the wheel. (MSDN membership, AWS free credits, additional offers) Both Azure and AWS provide free credits up to the tune of $150/mo or $100/mo to test their products, but sometimes your desire to build from the ground up takes over and you plunge in without a second thought.