Cross/Split DB

I intend to buy a surface pro 4, but as I run SQL on PC right now, I have to think for cloud to access data from both machines. As the only contains non-sensitive mass-data, i think of hosting them on one-drive but run my own-written sensitive procedures on PC/surface. Is this managable by spliting and is performance okay as data is on cloud?
Thx for inputs
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
hmm, as it's about SQL Server, why not using an Azure database?

One Drive is not an option, cause this means to use an user instance. Which is more overhead.
KongtaAuthor Commented:
I own already a Azure-Account but runnig a developer-DB there is far to expensive
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Huh? It starts at roughly 4 bucks a month.

Depending on your MSDN license, you have from 60 up to 130 bucks free a month.
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KongtaAuthor Commented:
I've only once choosen a SQL as add-on for a website, not run anything, only checked some issues and paid already 2 bucks for the DB!
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Then why don't you use that database?

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KongtaAuthor Commented:
never mind, I go for Trial/error and check what the lag is if possible
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