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Do you get elastic pools and elastic queries confused within Azure SQL Database? Many people do, probably because of the word elastic. Elastic Pools and Elastic Queries are two very different things and I want to clear up any confusion today.
Recently, someone said to me, I want to do some elastic queries in Azure SQL Database, so I set up my elastic pool and I need help with the next steps. Well, first let me say, you don’t need an elastic pool to do elastic queries in Azure SQL DB. Let me explain what each is:
If you’ve had any confusion about elastic pools vs elastic queries, I hope this cleared it up. If you have any questions about Azure SQL Database or the Azure Data Platform, we’re here to help. Click the link below or contact us, our Azure experts can help with all your questions or help you in any way to get started with Azure.
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