Last week reading (2018-01-21)

Last week reading (2018-01-21)

Good day SQL folks! Thanks for visiting our blog again!  Here you can find some great articles I have found for you.

Here you are – this week readings.

Start reading on Monday morning 🙂 Have a great week!

Azure Data Factory V2 Developer Interface Launched

Paul Andrew will go you through the new interface of the ADF v2. This is important because as you know the ADF can run the SSIS packages in the cloud.

 

PASS Summit 2017 Video: “But it worked in Development”

Brent Ozar has uploaded his session recording to the YT! Go and watch it. By the way, Brent also invited Pinal Dave to be on stage with him! Check out this post because Brent also posted tons of materials there.

Using Windows stored credentials to connect to SQL in containers

Andrew Pruski is one of my favourite speakers / bloggers about containers. He has done a great job during the past SQL Saturdays and I think it is worth to mention his blog here. Read not just that one blog entry but try to read something else as well.

Install and Configure SQL Server 2017 Availability Groups on Linux – part 3

Edwin Sarmiento describes how to configure the AG on Linux. Well you might think how this is actually possible as the first implementation of the AG requires a Windows Cluster…

Dealing with Disappointment and learning from Failures

My absolute number one blog post this week. Cathrine has the courage to show her feelings about what could go wrong during a conference and how she deals with this. The blog entry is very personal… definitely, this is a must-read for all of you this week!

Stay tuned – Cathrine will be one of our guests in our ASF podcast!

 

By the way –  do not forget about our workshop we are going to deliver during the SQLDay! Join us there!

Cheers,

Damian

Previous DevOps workshop during the SQLDay 2018 - SQLPlayer Team
Next ASF 006: Bob Ward interview

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