Greetings to all our valued customers and subscribers! We are thrilled to share some exciting updates and developments with you in this edition of our newsletter.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
First and foremost, we have released SQList version 8! We are thrilled to see several customers already upgrading and experiencing the benefits first hand, and the feedback we are receiving is very positive. The standout new feature of this release is “Multiple instances”, a ground breaking capability that enables advanced parallelization of large replications.
For more information on this new release, visit: http://support.axioworks.com/upgrade-notes/what-is-new-in-sqlist-ver-8000.
In other news, we are excited to inform you that we have embarked on a new venture: a series of webinars set to launch in September. This is new territory for us and we invite you to share any suggestions or express your interest in being involved. We greatly value your input and look forward to creating informative and engaging sessions that cater to your needs.
Last but not least, our team has been diligently working on a brand-new product. While we are keeping it under wraps for now, we are planning to release a beta version towards the end of the year. Watch this space!
Thank you for your continued support and trust in our services. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and developments in the coming months.
Focus blog entry: Case study: Document management in the Oil and Gas industry.
In the realm of the Oil and Gas industry, efficient document management takes on a paramount role, particularly when it comes to auditing and compliance. With a multitude of regulations, contracts, safety protocols, and engineering plans, companies operating in this industry heavily rely on robust document management systems to ensure adherence to stringent standards. By emphasizing organized storage, seamless retrieval, and accurate distribution of crucial documents, these systems facilitate effective auditing processes and enable companies to maintain compliance with industry regulations. In this high-stakes environment, the ability to streamline document management becomes not just a necessity but a crucial driver for success and integrity in the Oil and Gas sector.
Read all about it in this month’s article: Case study: Document management in the Oil and Gas industry..
O365 feature of the month: Secure Strings Environment Variables in Power Platform: Access Azure Key Vault Secrets
In this video, we will learn how to use secure strings environment variables in Power Platform to access secrets stored in Azure Key Vault. We will start by creating a Key Vault and configuring it. Then, we will create a secret and store it in the Key Vault. Next, we will create a secure string in the Power Platform solution to access the Key Vault secret. Finally, we will set up a Power Automate flow and use the actions to get the secret value without exposing it in plain text.
Do check out our vLog on Secure Strings Environment Variables in Power Platform: Access Azure Key Vault Secrets.
Here is a small selection of interesting articles/vlogs from the net.
Lakehouse VS. Warehouse VS. Datamart – The Difference Between The Three Fabric Objects
Three types of objects in the Microsoft Fabric have similarities in what they can do for an analytics system. These three are: Lakehouse, Data Warehouse, and Power BI Datamart. All three objects provide storage for the data, which can be loaded into them using an ETL process and read using something like a Power BI report. Read this article to understand the actual differences and how to choose the best option for your implementation and architecture.
T-SQL Gap-Filling Challenge
This is an interesting T-SQL challenge involving gap-filling of missing dates and balances. I found the challenge interesting and common enough and figured that my readers would probably find it interesting to work on as well.
Stairway to Advanced T-SQL
This stairway will contain a series of articles that will expand on the T-SQL foundation that you learned in the prior two T-SQL stairways, Stairway to T-SQL DML and T-SQL Beyond the Basics. This stairway should help readers prepare for passing the Microsoft Certification exam 70-461: Querying Microsoft SQL Server 2012.
That’s all folks, till next time.