Tag Archives: containers

Weird Docker Desktop Issues – Unable to Create Hyper-V VM

I was setting up my new machine the other day and one of the first things I did was get Docker Desktop. I grabbed this and enabled Hyper-V at the same time. When I rebooted, I had some errors, so … Continue reading

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Why Containers?

I’ve been looking at and dabbling with containers for some time. I got more interested a few years ago as I saw the changes that Microsoft made to ensure container support for SQL Server, especially with the introduction of the … Continue reading

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Containers, Kubernetes, and SQL Server

Abstract: Containers and Kubernetes have become buzzwords in the application development world, but how do these technologies fit with SQL Server? This session will discuss the basics of containers and Kubernetes and explain how we can use containers with databases … Continue reading

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The K8s Overview

I’ve written some posts on Kubernetes (K8s) as I think this will be an important technology in the next decade for database systems. Actually, it’s not that I think Kubernetes is that important, but rather that the orchestration of containers … Continue reading

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