In this article, we will install the SQL Server Express edition on Windows Server 2016 using a SQL Server Docker container.Read more »
In this article, we will review how to create custom SQL Server docker images and run the containers from the custom images, upload the custom images to the docker hub.Read more »
In this article let’s see how to install a SQL Server Instance using a Docker container in Windows server 2016.Read more »
In the first article of the series on SQL Server 2019 and Ubuntu, we prepared the virtual machine environment and installed Ubuntu 18.10 in it. In this part of the article, we will install the latest SQL Server 2019 Preview CTP 2.1.Read more »
In this 18th article of the series, we will discuss the concepts of database backup-and-restore of SQL Server Docker containers using Azure Data Studio. Before proceeding, you need to have Docker engine installed and Azure Data Studio configured on your host machine.
This article covers the following topics:
- Overview of Azure Data Studio (ADS)
- How to use Azure Data Studio integrated terminal
- Definition of Docker containers
- Step by step instructions to initiate backup-and-restore of SQL Server 2017 Docker containers using the Azure Data Studio interface
- And more…
In this 17th article of the series (see the full article index at bottom), we will discuss the concepts of database backup-and-restore operations on SQL Server Docker containers. This is certainly the era of containers era and it is buzz right now, so let us understand the importance of backup-and-restore the databases on the Docker containers.Read more »
SQL Server & Containers
There’s a lot of buzz around containers at the moment but not so much in the SQL Server world which I find odd as, to me as a SQL Server DBA, the technology has a lot of benefits that are worth exploring especially when it comes to development environments.Read more »
There has been a lot of buzz about Docker and containers this year, and earlier this Fall Microsoft released container support in Windows Server 2016. WinDocks is a team of former Microsoft engineers, and we released an independent port of Docker’s open source in March of 2016. Full disclosure, I am a co-founder at WinDocks.
In this article we’ll take a look at the basics of containers, and the most popular use by SQL Server DBAs.Read more »