Our data estates are not just on premises anymore. And they haven’t all moved to the cloud either.
New offerings for a hybrid world like Azure Arc-enabled Data Services pop up but are far from being widely used in production environments.
It has become pretty evident to me, that we’ll be living in a hybrid world for a long time – potentially indefinitely. But what does that mean for our data strategy?
On this month’s #tsql2sday, I would therefore like to invite you all to share your hybrid and edge experiences!
Where are you on your journey?
Which challenges did you face?
How did you address them?
I’d love to see some new contributors to #tsql2sday – if you’re not familiar with how this works, here are the rules in a nutshell:
- Your post must be published on Tuesday, June 8th 2021 (in any timezone).
- Include the T-SQL Tuesday Logo and make it link to this invitation post.
- Please add a comment to this post with a link to your own so I know where to find it.
- Tweet about your post using the #tsql2sday hashtag.
To everyone contributing with a blog post.
To everyone joining the conversation.
To Steve, for having me as a host this month.
Thanks Ben. https://blogs.lobsterpot.com.au/2021/06/08/a-hybrid-world/
Hello Ben, Thanks for hosting the June month of T-SQL Tuesday!
Here is my blog post about the Hybrid World 🙂
Here is my contribution, “T-SQL Tuesday #139 – Handling Hybrid Data”
Thank you for hosting!
Here’s my contribution. Even … no, especially !! in a hybrid world, performance still matters. And hence execution plans remain relevant and will continue to remain relevant.
Thanks for hosting! My post is here: https://callihandata.com/2021/06/08/t-sql-tuesday-139-hybrid-and-edge-experiences/.