SQL Security Principals and Permissions 101

Target Audience:

This session is perfect for junior DBAs, developers and system admins of on-prem and Azure-based SQL platforms.

Abstract:

A ground-floor introduction to SQL Server permissions starting with the basics and moving into the security implications behinds stored procedures, views, database ownership, application connections, consolidated databases, application roles and much more.

Why I Want to Present This Session:

Often I find 101-level sessions are missing or lacking at SQLSaturday and TechFest and similar events. Ground-level introduction to SQL Server security is important for those getting into the SQL DBA field.

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