The SQL Server on Linux Blog was created to provide information about the use of SQL Server on Linux. The goal is to provide both SQL Server on Linux professionals with the information they need and to give Microsoft SQL Server developers and administrators information about the SQL Server on Linux technology stack.
In this article series we will be talking about the SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012, 2014 and 2016 products. We will also cover the features that are available with each product as well as other related Microsoft products.
This blog contains information on the development and administration of SQL Server on Linux, including installation, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting.
This blog is mainly aimed at SQL Server developers who are looking for ways to run the latest version of SQL Server on Linux. Here you can read about new features and bug fixes in SQL Server and also get some tips on how to deploy the latest versions of SQL Server and its products.
Install SQL Server on Linux
This article introduces the basic steps required to install SQL Server on Linux, using the free open source distribution Ubuntu. We will start with setting up an Ubuntu server, then installing SQL Server on it and finally configuring the service for running SQL Server databases.
The SQL Server and Linux are both powerful tools used for database management. Both are well known and have many users. This tutorial will help you install the SQL Server on the Linux operating system, which is different from other tutorials.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to install SQL Server 2016 on Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, and 18.10 operating systems. I’ll be using a virtual machine as a base for my server installation. This is a great way to try out new OS versions without having to worry about messing up your main machine.
Configure SQL Server on Linux with the mssql-conf tool
This article is part one of three articles in a series of blog posts about configuring SQL Server on Linux. In this first part of the series, we’ll discuss how to configure the mssql-conf tool to install SQL Server.
Configure SQL Server on Linux with the mssql-conf tool is an easy way to configure the database engine and other settings for Microsoft SQL Server on CentOS, Red Hat, and Ubuntu Linux.
We’re here to tell you how to use the mssql-conf tool to configure your Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Express databases in Linux operating systems. It is a cross-platform and easy-to-use tool that allows you to install, uninstall, and configure your database easily.
mssql-conf is a set of tools that simplify the task of configuring a SQL Server instance on Linux systems. It has been developed by Microsoft and it is available as open source software on GitHub. The latest stable version is 3.5.0.
SQL Operating System (SOS or SQLOS)
SQL Operating System (SOS) is the leading open source web-based relational database management system.
SOS is free, open-source software, and runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems.
The SOS (SQL Operating System) is a complete solution for Microsoft SQL Server.
If you’re running a web site or database server that runs on Windows and SQL Server then SOS could be a great option for you. SOS is the Open Source version of SQL Server.
Linux Server Linux Server is a project management application for the cloud, it’s very easy to install and configure, this application provides a web interface that allows users to manage their servers and their applications from a single place.
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