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DataMinutes

Date/Time: Friday, June 11, 2021 15:30 to 15:40 GMT
Location: Virtual

View Event: Notebook Jobs – end to end demo

As database professionals, we all know how to manage SQL Server Agent jobs using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), TSQL, and PowerShell. With Azure Data Studio and SQL Server Agent extension, we have new tools to create, maintain and manage SQL Agent jobs using Notebook. These are called Notebook Jobs. Once you successfully execute a Notebook job manually or via schedule, each run’s results are saved into a separate Notebook, which you can easily share with others.

In this 100% demo session, I will walk you through every step of Notebook Jobs.

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