|Author||: Edwin M Sarmiento|
|Total Pages||: 362|
|ISBN 10||: 9781484258262|
|ISBN 13||: 1484258266|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
Get introduced to the world of Docker containers from a SQL Server DBA’s perspective. This book explains container technology and how it can improve the deployment of your SQL Server databases without infrastructure lock-in. You will be equipped with the right technical skills to guide stakeholders in your business as they adopt and adapt to new technologies to improve time-to-market and competitiveness. You will learn how to build a lab environment at home on which to build skills that transfer directly into your day job. This book teaches you how to install and configure Docker on both Windows Server and Linux operating systems. You will learn the most common Docker commands that you need to know as a DBA to deploy and manage SQL Server on containers. Support for SQL Server on Linux is new, and this book has your back with guidance on creating Docker images specifically for deployment to a Linux platform. Included is coverage of key Linux commands needed to manage SQL Server on that operating system. By the end of the book you will have learned how to create your own custom SQL Server container images with configuration settings that are specific to your organization, that are capable of being deployed to both Windows Server and Linux. What You Will LearnCreate Docker containers for agile deployment of SQL ServerRun multiple SQL Server instances on a single Linux machineDeploy custom images specific to your organization’s needsKnow the benefits and architecture of container technologyInstall and configure Docker on Windows Server and Linux Manage and persist SQL Server data in Docker containers Who This Book Is For Intermediate to senior SQL Server DBAs who are familiar with SQL Server on Windows and want to build their existing skills to deploy and manage SQL Server on Linux and through Docker containers. Readers should have a grasp of relational database concepts and be comfortable with the Transact-SQL language.