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Wouldn't it be nice to have SQL Azure as part of high availability group, but not really doing any real work?  I'm looking for a set up of Active/ReadOnly/DR-Azure.  So far I have no luck finding information on how to implement this.

Just noticed that SSMS 17.1 (current version) does not support drag and drop of a SQL file.  Reverted back to SSMS 17 RC3 and that feature is back.  Going to check on other features.

UPDATE on 2017-05-31:It seems to be a bug with version 17.1 (build 14.0.61705.170). I uninstalled that version (including some prerequisite and other components from program list), did a repair on Visual Studio 2015, then installed build 14.0.61021.0. I was able to see the ADO components working again (but lost the ability to deploy to SQL 2017, as ......

The speakers are Clayton Groom, Maria Stanley, Phil Milner. Highlights about PASS: I don’t think I’m interested in Karaoke, but having a chat with Chris Webb would be cool. Tabular versus Multi-Dimensional: One comment is that if the business is constantly changing requirement, it’s quicker to respond with a tabular model than MD. I’m not sure about ......

The constant struggle between # lines of code versus performance. Every session I’ve heard about why we should use LING, is about how many lines of code we reduced. On the flip side, I always hear from talks of performance why we shouldn’t be using LINQ. This seems to be the same struggle we have in SQL, using MERGE and CTE doesn’t give you performance ......

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