The DBA’s Twelve Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
A table with a primary key

On the second day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the third day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the fourth day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the fifth day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the sixth day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the seventh day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the eighth day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Eight tables to remove
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the ninth day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Nine unit tests
Eight tables to remove
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the 10th day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Ten database containers
Nine unit tests
Eight tables to remove
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the 11th day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Eleven Extended Events
Ten database containers
Nine unit tests
Eight tables to remove
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

On the 12th day of Christmas my new DBA sent to me
Twelve tickets already closed
Eleven Extended Events
Ten database containers
Nine unit tests
Eight tables to remove
Seven maintenance jobs
Six unnested views
Five execution plans
Four database roles
Three stored procs
Two Foreign Keys, and
A table with a primary key

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