Learning standard SQL syntax is a good starting point as it’s a universal language for all databases. Transact SQL enhances your database skills by beefing up math functions and adding user-defined functions.
Pushing SQL Server to run on Linux in 2016 came as a shock to most database pros. Now that the product has been through a couple of iterations, it’s time to check its efficiency.
Of course you want to master that skill or earn that certification. But when you are starting out, focus on concrete steps instead of worrying about the end goal. You might find that you’ll achieve the big goal quicker and easier.
In IT, there are clear steps you can take to make yourself competitive. But, taking those steps requires a specific mindset and attitude.
Organizations used to invest heavily in their own private data centers. But as more organizations move away from on-prem data centers to the cloud, the data center finds itself in a perilous position, along with the people who run them.
With nearly a quarter of the exam devoted to configuration and deployment, the CompTIA Cloud+ CVO-002 gets you up and running with the cloud. The test features performance-based questions and hands-on simulations, putting your skills to the test.
So, you want to get cloud-certified… Smart move. Organizations need cloud specialists. While you pick up the skills and credentials to earn a cushy cloud job, you don’t have to empty your bank account. Here are the top cloud certs under $300.
Hybrid cloud solutions enable companies to be agiler than ever, giving them an edge on the competition. Companies are using hybrid clouds to innovate and make smarter business decisions. Here are five instances where hybrid solutions make perfect business sense.
Windows is no longer Microsoft’s darling. Earlier this year, the tech giant announced a renowned focus on the cloud. Azure now will be the tech that drives Microsoft into the next decade. We take a look at Microsoft’s increased emphasis on Azure.
Microsoft’s cloud platform has made serious strides as of late. While Amazon Web Services still holds the majority of cloud services market, Azure is chipping away at that lead. We examine how Azure has strengthened its market position.