What if we assume a future without ETL/ELT and content generated by a bot?
Big Data: What’s New? What’s Next? Part One
Like fruits in a supermarket a Data Mesh treats data as a consumable product.
Planning a Cloud Migration
This is the second in a series of articles discussing the pros and cons of various strategies for migrating to the cloud. In this article we explore five steps for a successful migration at a high level. As an Azure Data Architect with nearly a decade of experience, I have seen countless clients with a desire to create a mirror image in the cloud of what is currently in the data center. Generally, this is […]
So You Want to Migrate to the Cloud
This is the first in a series of articles discussing the pros and cons of various strategies for migrating to the cloud. In this article we explore “the Cloud” at a high level. As an Azure Data Architect with nearly a decade of experience, I have performed numerous migrations to Azure and helped clients find the right path to “the cloud.” In 2010, Gartner defined the Five Rs of Cloud Migration: Rehost, Refactor, Revise, Rebuild […]
IOPS in Azure SQL DB
I learned a bit of trivia regarding Azure SQL DB today. In the standard tier, IOPS are limited to 1-5 per DTU. That means at an S3, you get a max of 500 IOPS. DTU IOPS are counted by IO operations and not size. It doesn’t matter if you’re reading or writing a single row to a table with a single char(1) column or a single row to a table with 500 nvarchar(max) columns, 1 […]