Tag Archives: containers

Learning more Kubernetes

I’ve been slowly working my way through the 50 days of Kubernetes (K8s). As you might have guessed if you remember my first post, this has been more than 30 days. Life and work get in the way, but I’m … Continue reading

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Containers make easy upgrades

I’ve been working with containers and writing a bit about them for awhile. I find them to be fascinating and useful as a technology, and I’ve come to really believe these will change how we work with the SQL Server … Continue reading

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Learning More about Kubernetes (K8s)

I know a bit about this, but I’m always looking for more. I had the chance to see Brendon Burns recently and I was impressed. That is one seriously smart dude. In any case, I saw a link from Microsoft: … Continue reading

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No More SQL Server Installs

This occurred to me recently, and I’m wondering what some of you think of as the answer to this question: when will you expect to no longer install SQL Server? It’s not that I think many of you are retiring … Continue reading

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