Running Business Central in Docker using SQL on the host

This is not my first blog post about how to use SQL Server on the host, but it is definitely the one describing the easiest way to do it. With the latest version of BcContainerHelper you can (with one Run-BcContainer command) create a container which uses SQL Server on the host as database engine for the container.

Source : Freddys blog
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Analysing Dataset Refresh In Power BI Premium Using SQL Server Profiler

A few weeks ago I showed how XMLA Endpoints allow you to connect SQL Server Profiler to Power BI Premium. As well as looking at query execution times this also means you can see in more detail what happens when a dataset is refreshed, for example so you can find out exactly how long a refresh took, understand which tables inside the dataset contribute most to refresh times or which calculated columns or calculated tables take the longest to create.

Source : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
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Using SQL Data Sync with Microsoft Dynamics NAV on-premise and Azure SQL Database

In many Microsoft Dynamics NAV implementations we have situations where the NAV database is often “coupled” with a second database for business intelligence processing or other data manipulations/analysis. Often we use this scenario for handling Power BI data warehouses in the cloud (Azure SQL) that work by using data that comes from NAV, external sources, IoT devices and so on.

Bron : Stefano Demiliani
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Using SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) with Dynamics NAV

Over the last few months, the Dynamics NAV team has been testing compatibility with SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption (TDE), and we are now proud to announce that the following Dynamics NAV versions all support SQL Server Transparent Data Encryption (TDE):

Bron : Dynamics NAV Team Blog
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