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David Barbarin

SQL Server on Linux: Introduction to DBFS experimental tool

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A couple of months ago, Microsoft announced two additional command line tools for SQL Server that are mssql-scripter and DBFS. The latter has drawn my attention because it exposes live data from SQL Server DMVs as virtual files in a virtual directory on Linux operating system. Microsoft has probably taken another positive step in the SQL Server’s adoption on Linux. Indeed, in a Linux world, we may get Kernel’s performance and configuration data either directly…

 
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David Barbarin

24 HOP French edition 2017 – Session videos are available

By | SQL Server, Technology Survey | No Comments

The 2nd edition of 24HOP French Edition 2017 is over and we had great sessions about SQL Server and various topics ( SQL Server 2017 new features, Azure, PowerBI, High Availability , Linux, Hyper-convergence , Modeling …) If you did not attend to this event, you now have the opportunity to watch the videos of the different sessions. From my side, I had the chance to present SQL Server and High Availability on Linux. Hope to…

 
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