Azure SQL Database Tutorial | Relational databases in Azure

Azure SQL Database Tutorial | Relational databases in Azure

Azure SQL Database is one of the key data storage solution for structured data in Azure. If you need to manage structured data via schema, constraints and relationships or you need to explore your data via rich query language then this might be the right service for you.

In this episode I give you introduction to what Azure SQL Database is and what are the key reasons to use relational databases. This video also shows what are the key drivers to choose the right pricing and performance models and a demo of creation, management and connecting to Azure SQL.

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Next steps for you after watching the video
1. Azure SQL Database documentation

2. Check self-paced labs on SQL Database

3. Check how to load data to SQL database using ADF

39 thoughts on “Azure SQL Database Tutorial | Relational databases in Azure

  1. This is the best channel if anyone needs to learn azure. Feels so lucky that I came to know about this channel.
    Thank you so much Adam and lots of love from India 😊
    Your videos are very informative and helpful, easy to understand, helped a lot.

  2. Hey Adam! The content is amazingly awesome! Very effectively compiled and narrated! ❤️❤️❤️ Also, I wanted to ask that what if I create a SQL database in Azure VM? May I achieve this with sql in azure Vm?

  3. For those Azure peeps preparing for AZ-303, here are some Tips
    1. Finish the Microsoft Learn AZ-303
    2. For Supplementary, Subscribe and Watch Adam Marczak Video Tutorial, he explained it very well
    3. do the practice Test

  4. Im missing the part where you set up the adam-demo user. Already searched though your AAD videos, but i didn't find it yet.
    Would be great if you could link the video with the creation of adam-demo (incl permission setting, so that he can connect to the db) in your description. 🙂

    As a total beginner I tried to set up a user by my own, however i got the error message: "Login failed for user '<token-identified principal>'" from Azure Data Studio (for Mac)

  5. Hello Adam, thanks for this!
    The query language seems T-SQL, but I was wondering if we can use postgre or MySQL for writing queries?

  6. Do you have any videos on configuring private links? For business databases in our company we don't want them to have public IP addresses, but rather only access them from within our business LAN. So, that would mean that for each connection made from within our LAN we would not have to grant access.

  7. How to manage if I want to have more people access to the database? Do I have to add them as an admin as well? Plus I do not know their ips as they are also changing. Thanks. Great video

  8. Goes from "what is a relational database" with a kindergarten example to subscription options, elastic pools, IOPS, and DTUs in 15 minutes. And the rest is a very VERY V-E-R-Y high-level view at super-sonic speed. I'd say this video is mis-titled. Sorry, but I can't give this a thumbs up.

  9. Thanks, Adam for the really good videos about Azure!
    It helped me at the beginning of the path of learning Azure. As a result, I had passed an exam AZ-900.

  10. Brilliantly compiled content, easy to follow and understand. Thank you so much for sharing this knowledge Adam.

  11. Very informative video Adam. I just started to dive into Azure Db for a project. Your videos are very helpful and clear to understand.

  12. Hi Adma. At 19:8 of this video where u set up "Active Directory Admin" i se you ahve 2 id's , how do we add 2 Id's there?.
    i have setup azure free subscription with my Outlook account and it says it cant allow s account as admin . please help.

  13. this is just what i was looking for, thank you so much!
    So what happens when i choose de dtu payment model and my data grows to the point it exceeds the limit of my plan? Azure automatically stop saving data in my db? or scales up and add extra charges to my credit card?

  14. Thanks for the tutorials , Wonderful presentation.If possible can you show how to create users and setting permissions for different groups like on premises

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