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Securing Linux 101 by Alex Long

Many, if not most of us, have one or more things that we have inherited responsibility for in which we have little to no expertise in.  The instinct is to leave these things alone for fear of breaking them.  This often leads to unmitigated vulnerabilities and increases risk to...

Experience SQL Server on Linux and Containers with Bob Ward

Is it possible that SQL Server now runs on Linux? In this session, we’ll cover the details of deploying and running SQL Server on Linux, including Red Hat, SUSE and Ubuntu. We’ll go over the internals of the architecture and the unique aspects of using SQL Server on Linux....

DevOps with Kubernetes & Helm by Jessica Deen

In this session, we will show you how you can use standard DevOps practices such as IaC, CI/CD, automated release and more in conjunction with Kubernetes (AKS) and Helm. For those who don’t know, Helm is a tool that streamlines installing and managing Kubernetes applications; it’s like homebrew for...

An Introduction to SQL Server on Docker Containers on Linux by Argenis Fernandez

In this session, we will explore one of the most cost-effective, devops-friendly ways of deploying SQL Server. We will go over the acquisition, configuration and basic tips for getting quickly up to speed on SQL on containers. Argenis Fernandez is a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft based in Redmond,...

We’ve All Heard of DevOps, But WHAT DOES IT MEAN? By Whitney Champion

In this webinar, we will focus on a subset of areas within DevOps, largely centered around automation and security.  We will go over a handful of real-world use cases and highlight several applications that I’ve relied on over the years to get the job done. One of the best...

Navigating the Linux Command Line at Olympic Speed by Andrew Mallet

The Linux command line, it is black and white and not that interesting. Well let’s dispel that myth straight away and get you working quick than Usian Bolt at the command line interface (CLI). The BASH shell or CLI is a little different to the command line you maybe...

Essential Linux for the SQL Server DBA by Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman

It takes a lot to learn the A to Z of Linux, mastering how to navigate, manage and manipulate this new Operating System. Clear best practices surrounding file systems, security and database management, covering the basics to ensure the OS is out of the way so the DBA can...