Copying On-Prem Databases To Azure SQL Database

Kevin Feasel

2016-08-25

Cloud

Kenneth Fisher walks us through migrating a database to Azure SQL Database:

It turns out it’s pretty easy (even if it takes some time). So where to start? Well the first thing we need is a place to put our database. An Azure SQL Database Server. If you don’t already have one creating a new one is fairly easy.

First start at portal.azure.com. Log in and follow these steps

This is the longer, manual process.  It’s good to walk through it this way at least once before writing a Powershell script, just to see what the script is doing.

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