Tag Archives: Linux

SQL Server on Linux (Ubuntu)–Updating from Early CTP

I’ve been testing the SQL Server on Linux for a long time. After the recent Microsoft Data Amp event, I saw the announcement for CTP-2. So I did what I’ve been doing for some time on my Ubuntu machine: sudo … Continue reading

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Upgrading SQL Server on Linux

I saw this week that there was a new CTP (v1.3) of SQL Server v.Next. I haven’t had a lot of time to work on the Linux version lately, but I thought I’d try and see how well the upgrade … Continue reading

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Not Excited by Linux

You’re not excited by Linux. At least most of you in this community aren’t excited. A recent poll we ran showed that nearly two thirds of the people answering aren’t interested in even evaluating SQL Server on Linux. That’s an … Continue reading

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PoSh Everywhere

This week we had an announcement that PowerShell has been released as an open source project and is available on some Linux platforms as well as OSX. I was actually talking with someone else that had been informed prior to … Continue reading

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PoSh on Ubuntu

I heard about the PowerShell announcement recently where the platform is porting over to Linux and OSX. I think this is part of the SQL Server on Linux project, where I assume we’ll start to see the functionality that we … Continue reading

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