So if you read my last post on my challenges with Docker containers running on Windows 10 after the 1709 patch, I thought I was close to solving it once I was granted the admin password to disable and uninstall
Yes, there’s a Part III! You’re going to have to start scripting and now that you know a few VI/VIM commands, lets talk beginning scripting with shell. In our example below, we’re going to start a new project called “test”.
So more than one person contacted me about my last post and stated that they didn’t see a problem with SQL Server on Linux running as the root user. Me: Although enhancements have changed Windows installations for applications to run
Linux has become a clear area of required learning for SQL Server DBAs in as of SQL Server 2016. What? You didn’t read that right, you say? Yes, while a Linux edition was introduced in SQL Server 2016, it was
Just over a year ago, an alarm of emails, posts and projects arose in Europe surrounding the General Data Protection Regulation, also known with the acronym, GDPR. It was as if someone had poked the sleeping bear of IT and
Tomorrow Pass is sponsoring a Linux Marathon for all the SQL DBAs getting ready to go big with Linux. The schedule is jam packed with sessions on getting started with Linux, working with SQL Server on Linux and then a
So while finishing up my slides for the Microsoft Pass Linux Marathon webinar on Dec. 13th, Tim and I started to discuss the apples vs. oranges comparison of SQL Server on Linux process management vs. an Oracle instance. We discussed
As most of you know, I’m working to update all of my SQL Server knowledge, which hasn’t gone as deep as I would like since SQL Server 2012. So there are a couple things we’re going to focus on today,
SQL Server 2016 introduced a new security feature called Dynamic Data Masking. With the General Data Protection Regulations, (GDPR) breathing heavy down most IT in America’s neck, its good timing. “Data Masking” is a term that has a strict definition, but
This week I had the opportunity to present at Microsoft’s Pass Summit, which was one of two events I had on my list for this year, (the other was Oracle Open World.) Although I’m still learning about all the events
Thursday started out calm, self-assured that I knew where I needed to be all day and was prepared. I tweeted happily that I had found a lovely spot to work during the keynote, (day job!) Yeah, this: At the keynote,
So we’ve covered a few basics of a Linux host in Part I– The File System Users, groups Basic Commands with basic arguments And file and directory permissions Hopefully, what I share next will build on the first post and
For the Oracle DBA, Linux is life. When I was at Oracle, Linux projects were the easy part of my job, unlike the ones on Windows, AIX, HP-UX and at times, even Solaris. You knew the Linux ones received the
I was in a COE, (Center of Excellence) meeting yesterday and someone asked me, “Kellyn, is your blog correct? Are you really speaking at a Blockchain event??” Yeah, I’m all over the technical map these days and you know what?
I recently switched to a Mac after decades use with PCs. I loved my Surface Pro 4 and still do, but that I was providing content for those I thought would be on Macs, it seemed like a good idea
I’m itching to dig more into the SQL Server 2016 optimizer enhancements, but I’m going to complete my comparison of indices between the two platforms before I get myself into further trouble with my favorite area of database technology. <–This