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“Unlock the Power of Azure SQL Managed Instance with Ledger in Preview!”

Introduction to Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance
Ledger is a new feature that is now available as a preview on Azure SQL Managed Instance. This feature enables customers to have a secure, immutable record of all changes to their data and applications, providing built-in compliance capabilities and an audit trail for regulatory requirements. In this blog post, we will discuss the features of Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance, the benefits of using it, and how customers can get started.

What is Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance?
Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance is a new feature that allows customers to keep track of all changes to their data and applications. It provides a secure and immutable log of all changes made to the database, providing an audit trail that can be used for compliance purposes. It also ensures that all changes made to the database are tracked and can be easily audited. Ledger is currently available as a preview on Azure SQL Managed Instance.

Benefits of Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance
Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance offers a range of benefits for customers. These include:

* Secure and immutable logging of changes – Ledger provides a secure and immutable log of all changes made to the database, providing an audit trail that can be used for compliance purposes.
* Audit trail – Ledger provides an audit trail of all changes made to the database, allowing customers to easily review and audit changes.
* Compliance – Ledger provides built-in compliance capabilities, allowing customers to easily meet regulatory requirements.
* Cost savings – By enabling customers to easily audit and track changes, Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance can help customers save money on audit costs.

How to get started with Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance
Getting started with Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance is easy. Customers simply need to enable Ledger on their existing Azure SQL Managed Instance database. Once enabled, Ledger will begin logging all changes to the database, providing customers with an audit trail and built-in compliance capabilities.

Step 1: Enable Ledger on your Azure SQL Managed Instance database
To enable Ledger on your Azure SQL Managed Instance database, you will need to log into the Azure Portal and navigate to the database. From here, you can select the “Ledger” tab and click “Enable”. Once enabled, Ledger will begin logging all changes to the database.

Step 2: Review the audit log
Once Ledger has been enabled, customers can review the audit log to view all changes that have been made to the database. The audit log can be accessed from the “Ledger” tab in the Azure Portal. Customers can also set up alert notifications to be notified when changes are made to the database.

Step 3: Manage compliance
Once Ledger has been enabled, customers can use it to easily meet regulatory requirements. Ledger provides built-in compliance capabilities, allowing customers to easily ensure that all changes made to the database are in compliance with regulations.

Conclusion
Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance is a powerful new feature that enables customers to have a secure, immutable record of all changes to their data and applications. It provides a secure and immutable log of all changes made to the database, allowing customers to easily review and audit changes, as well as meet regulatory requirements. Ledger is currently available as a preview on Azure SQL Managed Instance, and customers can get started by enabling Ledger on their existing database.

Popular Questions about Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance
* What is Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance?
* What are the benefits of using Ledger on Azure SQL Managed Instance?
* How do I enable Ledger on my Azure SQL Managed Instance database?
* How do I review the audit log?
* How do I use Ledger to meet regulatory requirements?

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