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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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Local Database CI Builds with Jenkins in a Container

In two previous posts, I’ve showed how to configure Jenkins in a container as well as how to add the SQL Change Automation plugin. This post looks at an initial database build in Jenkins. I will build from my local … Continue reading

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Expose Multiple Docker Ports

I was working with containers recently with Jenkins. I didn’t want the server process running on my machine all the time, but I did need to allow some communication. Jenkins uses 8080 by default, but agents need another port. I … Continue reading

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