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Mehdi Bada

Docker EE – UCP 3.1.2 installation failed in Azure

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Docker EE 2.1 is a Containers-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform on-premise or in the cloud. To manage your cluster of containers, Docker EE allows you to install UCP (Universal Control Panel). When you plan to install the UCP 3.1.2 in Azure, the installation fails during the deployment of the UCP service. You will get the following error message. [docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ docker logs ucp-reconcile   If you google the error message you will get a lot of answers…

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David Barbarin

Deploying SQL Server 2019 AGs on K8s with helm charts

By | Database Administration & Monitoring, DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes, SQL Server | No Comments

This write-up follows my first article about helm chart with SQL Server. This time, I would like to cover the availability groups topic and how to deploy them with helm charts. In fact, to go through this feature for AGs was motivated to its usage in our Azure DevOps CI pipeline in order to deploy a configurable one on an AKS cluster with SQL Server 2019. If you look carefully at the release pipeline, Windocks…

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David Barbarin

Deploying SQL Server on K8s with Helm charts

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During the last DockerCon EU in Barcelona, I heard a lot about Helm with K8s architectures. It was also a good opportunity to write about it after attending to this conference. In a nutshell, Helm is a package manager for K8s and you may think of it like the other ones available on the Linux side with apt, yum or zypper to cite few of them. Helm charts are a key component of the Helm architecture and…

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David Barbarin

First immersion in the Docker Conference EU 2018

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In short, a very interesting event for both Devs and Ops. Every day was organized around workshops, hands-on-labs sessions and Hallway tracks. My colleague Mehdi Bada and I tried to attend as much sessions as possible but obviously it was difficult to cover all the topics. Anyway, workshops and hands-on-labs were very interesting especially if you like to mix theory and practice. But I had to admit sometimes we got in trouble to keep up…

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Mehdi Bada

DockerCon18 Barcelona – Day 3

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Wednesday was the last day of the DockerCon18 Europe. Like the previous day, we started the journey by a keynote of 2 hours, more oriented “Docker Community”, the core message of the keynote, the community is one of the pillars of open source technologies and Docker Inc want to push more and more the community aspect. The community is growing very fast and competitive. They take the opportunity to award the community leader of the year and a…

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Mehdi Bada

DockerCon18 Barcelona – Day 2

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Tuesday was the second day in Barcelona for the DockerCon18. We attend the first general session in the morning. It was a mix of presentations, live demos and the participation of Docker big customer in EMEA such as Société Général in France, who present us the impact of Docker in their daily business. The main message of the first part of the keynote was: “How Docker can help you to make the digital transformation of your business”….

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Mehdi Bada

DockerCon2018 Barcelona – Day 1

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As a football fan, traveling to Barcelona without watching a football game is inconceivable, so I started my travel by attending the game against Villareal in Camp Nou    DockerCon Day 1 Today, with David Barbarin, was our first day at DockerCon2018 in Barcelona. The conference is located in a huge conference center and split between types of sessions including workshops, keynotes, hands-on labs, and hallway track. The first day was only focused on workshops, hands-on labs and hallway track…

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David Barbarin

First steps into SQL Server 2019 availability groups on K8s

By | Cloud, Database management, DevOps, SQL Server | No Comments

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft announced the first public CTP version of next SQL Server version (CTP2). It is not a surprise, the SQL Server vNext becomes SQL Server 2019 and there are a plenty of enhancements as well as new features to discover. But for now, let’s start with likely one of my favorites: availability groups on Kurbernetes (aka K8s). As far I may see from customers and hear from my colleagues as well,…

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