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First steps into SQL Server 2019 availability groups on K8s

By | Cloud, Database management, DevOps, SQL Server | One Comment

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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Deploying SQL Server on MiniShift / RedHat OpenShift

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

Currently we begin to see customer adopting containerization for SQL Server databases (mainly driven by CI/CD and DevOps trends). A lot of them are using RedHat OpenShift as container management platform. From my side, I didn’t want to setup a complete OpenShift infrastructure on my lab to test only my SQL Server pod deployment on such infrastructure. I rather installed MiniShift that comes with one OpenShift node cluster which perfectly meets my requirements.    …

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Running SQL Server containers on K8s Docker for Windows CE stable channel

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

The release of Docker for Windows Stable version 18.06..0-ce-win70 comes with some great new features I looked for a while including the K8s support! That’s a pretty good news because this support has existed on Edge channel since the beginning of this year but no chance to install a beta version on my laptop from my side. So, we get now a good opportunity to test locally our SQL Server image with a K8s single…

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Introducing SQL Server on Kubernetes

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | One Comment

After spending some times with Docker Swarm let’s introduce SQL Server on Kubernetes (aka K8s). Why another container orchestrator? Well, because Microsoft gives a strong focus on Kubernetes in their documentation and their events and because K8s is probably one of the most popular orchestration tools in the IT industry. By the way, I like to refer to the Portworx Annual Container Adoption Survey to get a picture of container trend over the years and we…

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