Today I had an opportunity to share the stage with a colleague of mine at TechX in Dublin. We spoke at TechX in Dublin about how you can put your SQL DB on auto-pilot with the help of Azure SQL Managed Instance.
Today I had the honor to speak at the SQL Ireland User Group. I covered basics of how to run SQL Server for Linux on Azure, and also some very advance scenarios.
When running is single instance of SQL Server is not enough, and you have always on demand from business, even during a failure. SQL Server Always On availability group to the rescue.
Running a single instance of SQL might not what you want, but it is a start. And you still have Hight Availability.
Running SQL Server for Linux locally is just fine, but what about in Azure?
For the latest project I worked on, I decided to test SQL Server 2017 for Linux.
I usually have templates of different OS laying around as quick sandboxes. All I need to do is create a linked clone, and in under 5 min I have a new Sandbox ready to be hacked.