Some time ago I have blogged about how to generate a realistic-looking test data using a free tool. Here Dave Mason shows us how to do it in SQL Server and R alone without any third-party tools.
Another post form Dave Mason showing us how to obfuscate data. Very clever and definitely useful if we are looking to restore production databases into development or test environments.
It is not actually, it’s only moving one system but still an interesting project.
What does it mean to be data-driven organisation?
A new finding that may help understand the electronic properties of different materials. Once understood, this could lead to creating new or improved conductive materials.
EightKB conference is now available on YouTube for everyone to watch. It was a fantastic event and I highly recommend for everyone who is interested in how SQL Server works.
a 2.3Tbps… DDOS attacks are being simply measured in volume – how much data is being sent towards the target. In this case, 2.3 Tera bits per second was being sent towards the AWS endpoints.