Tag Archives: containers

Setting the Container Name–#SQLNewBlogger

I had started a Stairway series on containers (which I need to get back to), and I got a question. How do we set the name of a container? If I just start a new container with a generic, minimal … Continue reading

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Quick Database Copies and Branching with Spawn

I delivered a talk last week at the Future Data Driven summit. It’s one I’ve done a few times, but I really enjoy it. It’s on the Future of Database Development, where I present a view of where I think, … Continue reading

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The Ease of Containers

I first heard about containers in 2012. I went to a conference on software delivery and talked with a gentleman that was using them in his Java application, mostly because the Java app had version issues and would leak memory. … Continue reading

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The Future of Database Development

Abstract: Containers are dramatically changing the way that application developers design and build their systems. Databases will need to be a part of this revolution as every application needs a data store. Come see a future vision of how full … Continue reading

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