24 Hours of PASS: Summit 2017 Preview

The SQL Server 2017 Availability Story on Linux

Allan Hirt
60 minutes
DBA, Architect
Although the paint on SQL Server 2016 just finished drying, the next version of SQL Server – SQL Server 2017 –  is almost here. One of the biggest changes is that SQL Server will be supported on Linux in addition to Windows Server. This means that all of the considerations we have for deploying instances and databases will be relevant and possibly different on Linux, including how we make SQL Server installations highly available. This session will cover the availability options for Linux-based SQL Server deployments, interoperability with Windows-based deployments, and known tips and gotchas. If you want to get a head start with availability for SQL Server on Linux, this session is for you.

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Allan Hirt
Managing Partner, SQLHA

SQL Server mission critical expert Allan Hirt is a dual Microsoft MVP (Data Platform; Cloud and Datacenter Management) as well as a VMware vExpert. He has been working with and helping customers... View More

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