March 8th 2017

March Meeting Invitation

Please join us for the monthly Charlotte SQL Server User Group evening meeting.

  • What ~ Charlotte SQL Server User Group Meeting

  • When ~ Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

    • 5:30 PM Networking with Food & Refreshments
    • 6:00 PM Technical Presentation
    • 7:30 PM Meeting End
  • Where @ 8055 Microsoft Way, Charlotte, NC 28273 Map it

  • Presenter – Jason Roth

  • Topic – SQL Server vNext runs on Linux! 

  • Registration – Free RSVP required at EventBrite

Register for the Meeting
Jason Roth
Content Lead, Microsoft 
Over the past 20 years at Microsoft, Jason has served in various support and service roles, including C++ developer support, Premier Field Engineering, and Premier ISV consulting. During this time, he has worked extensively with SQL Server in both internal application development as well as customer engagements and trainings. For the past several years, he has worked as a content developer, covering Azure services and SQL Server. He is currently the lead for the content Microsoft releases for SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines and SQL Server vNext on Linux. Past speaking engagements include Microsoft TechReady, SQL PASS, and Tech Ed.
Connect with Jason on LinkedIn
SQL Server vNext runs on Linux!
At Microsoft, it is an exciting time to see the huge push for interoperability, but it can also be daunting to keep up with the changes. In this session, Jason will cover one of the upcoming changes, which is SQL Server running on Linux. Because Linux knowledge is not a given for SQL Server users, he’ll give a brief introduction to the Linux operating system. It is easy to spin up a Linux VM using Azure. During the talk, Jason will show how to install and connect to SQL Server running on an Azure VM. He’ll then cover the SQL Server features and services that work on Linux. Demos will include database migration, server configuration, and tools, including the new SQL Server extension for Visual Studio Code.

 

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