Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on Linux (McGraw-Hill)
Wednesday, 12 December 2018

This guide shows, step-by-step, how to set up, configure, and administer SQL Server 2017 on Linux for high performance and high availability.  Written by SQL Server expert Benjamin Nevarez, the book teaches Linux skills to Windows-based SQL Server professionals. You will get clear coverage of both Linux and SQL Server and complete explanations of the latest features, tools, and techniques, including topics such as on adaptive query processing, automatic tuning, disaster recovery, and security.

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Author: Benjamin Nevarez
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Date: June 2018
Pages: 340
ISBN: 978-1260121131
Print: 1260121135
Kindle:  B07DCH314W
Audience: SQL Server administrators and developres
Level: Intermediate
Category: Database

  • Understand how SQL Server 2017 on Linux works
  • Install and configure SQL Server on Linux
  • Run SQL Server on Docker containers
  • Learn Linux Administration
  • Troubleshoot and tune query performance in SQL Server
  • Learn what is new in SQL Server 2017
  • Work with adaptive query processing and automatic tuning techniques
  • Implement high availability and disaster recovery for SQL Server on Linux
  • Learn the security features available in SQL Server
 

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