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GPDR and HASH anonymisation

RGPD Companies are increasingly choosing cloud services such as Azure or AWS that normally provide a flexible, profitable and scalable option to carry out their operations without the restrictions imposed by on-premise technologies. However, before uploading all our...

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Latency, the worst enemy for any Hybrid Cloud environment

In the last few years, we are increasingly finding more hybrid environments where some SQL Servers are being migrated to the Cloud. In these cases, other applications, services, ERPs or even SQL Server instances continue to be based OnPremise in the initial data center. This means that in the event of any connections between both environments, these will be restricted by bandwidth and higher latencies, as opposed to other connections that do not go across both environments.

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Azure Files Premium + SQL Server Failover Cluster instance = simplified OnPremise to Cloud

One of the issues that many of our customers face when attempting to migrate OnPremise instances to the Cloud is the lack of a simple “shared storage”. Although there are some alternatives supported by third-party software or SDS solutions that allow us to configure a Failover Cluster instance in Azure, these are highly complex, therefore adding significant further costs to the solution’s TCO.

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Azure Database integrated authentication with SSIS

En muchos escenarios se nos presenta la necesidad de usar autenticación integrada para acceder a los orígenes de datos necesarios para alimentar nuestro sistema analítico. Con el uso cada vez más extendido de Azure, como al menos parte de nuestra infraestructura, algunos de estos orígenes van a estar alojados en bases de datos en Azure. En este caso vamos hablar de un error real que hemos tenido en la configuración y uso de la autenticación integrada contra bases de datos Azure con SSIS.

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PowerBI Bookmarks! What are they for? How can I use them?

In this entry, we will show you how to create bookmarks and different scenarios where they may be useful. Bookmarks are basically used to store the status of a specific report page including the filter selection and the visibility of the different objects, allowing the user to return to that same status by simply selecting the saved bookmark.

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Power BI Dataflows: How does the new tool work?

In this blog post, we will show you some information regarding the new Power BI functionality known as Dataflow, that already exists in services such as Office 365. We must highlight that this new service is still in the Beta stages, so it is currently subject to modifications and updates.

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