Containers are a new and exciting technology but what does it mean for DBAs?

This session will give an introduction into SQL Server running in containers and what options are available.

Attendees will be taken through the following: -

Defining what containers are (benefits and limitations)
Configuring Windows Server 2016 to run containers
Installing the docker engine
Pulling SQL images from the docker respository
Running SQL Server containers
Committing new SQL Server images
Exploring 3rd party options to run containers on previous versions of Windows Server (real world example)

This sessions assumes that attendees have a good background in SQL Server administration and a basic knowledge of Windows Server administration
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Presented by Andrew Pruski at SQLBits 2017