“The more you Learn, The more you earn” – quote by Frank Clark, always inspires me to strive for new learning and implement those learning into my routine life irrespective of personal or professional. Being a decade old SQL Server professional, experienced a wide spectrum of SQL Server versions from 2000 to 2016 (Wow! […]
So I’ve reached to my final blog about SQL 2016 Advance Security features (couple of discussed in my previous blogs 1 & 2). In this blog I’m going to put forward “Dynamic Data Masking” (DDM) feature with a great interest.
As I’ve a practice of putting technical things through live examples, here is the one where […]
In conjunction to my previous blog, picked up another most awaited feature Row Level Security in short RLS. Current database world many RDBMS are emphasizing towards security as some or the other DB holding sensitive data. So far this kind of solution is available in SQL Server through T-SQL VIEWS/FUNCTION but restricting access […]
As SQL 2016 going to be launched very soon, I’m taking an opportunity to talk about interesting feature SQL Server 2016 – “Always Encrypted” & some of you would be looking for years (honestly speaking I was for sure).
Either its physical data security, logical data security OR fetching data by DBAs, developers and […]