Month: March 2022

Execution Plans in Azure Data Studio

Microsoft has two main tools for querying and managing SQL Server databases in a graphical UI. SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) is for many people still the default choice; it used to be included with a SQL Server installation, it is the most familiar tool for most SQL Server professionals, it gives easy access to (almost) all SQL Server features, and it’s simply the interface we have been used to for as long as we’ve been working with SQL Server. The alternative is Azure Data Studio (ADS). This tool seems to be mostly targeted towards developers. A DBA will notice…

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