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HiHo! HiHo! SQL Server on Linux, We Go!

Speaker:

Janis Griffin

Abstract:

SQL Server has been running on Windows for years. Now Microsoft is making it available on Linux in order to provide a consistent database platform across Window and Linux servers, as well as on-premises and in the cloud. In this presentation, Janis Griffin, database performance evangelist at SolarWinds, will discuss the advantages of using SQL Server on Linux, comparing architecture, cost and performance. Several demonstrations on installing and maintaining SQL Server on Linux will be shown along with an introduction of several useful Linux commands. The participant will learn: 1. The advantages of using SQL Server on Linux, comparing architecture, cost and performance to Window servers. 2. How to install, maintain and backup SQL Server on Ubuntu Linux systems 3. Several useful Linux commands to monitor/manage SQL Server

Bio:

Janis Griffin has over 25+ years of DBA experience including design, development and implementations of many critical database applications. Before coming to SolarWinds over 11 years ago, Janis held DBA positions working with both real-time network routing databases and OLTP business to business applications. Janis has spoken at many SQL Saturdays and mentored many DBAs / Developers on best practices in database performance tuning.

Recorded At:

2018 SQL Saturday Baton Rouge

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