SQL Server running on Linux is one of the biggest changes to happen in some time at Microsoft. The release of the 2017 version of the database engine is about to happen. As a database administrator, are you ready to support this version of the database in your environment?
This talk will focus on key concepts such as database migration, monitoring your environment, and providing high availability to your applications. If you are going to support a SQL Server Linux environment in the near future, this is a must attend presentation.
The presentation will cover:
Migrating databases from Windows to Linux.
Monitoring your environment with home grown and/or packaged software.
Providing high availability to your applications.
What is missing from the SQL Server stack?
John Miner is currently a Microsoft Technology Solutions Professional (TSP) advising North East Region corporations on how to solve their business needs with data platform solutions.
He has over twenty five years of data processing experience, and his architecture expertise encompasses all phases of the software project life cycle, including design, development, implementation, and maintenance of systems.
His credentials include undergraduate and graduate degrees in Computer Science from the University of Rhode Island. He has also earned certificates from Microsoft for Database Administration (MCDBA), System Administration (MCSA) and Data Platform (MCSE).
Before joining Microsoft, John won the Data Platform MVP award in 2014 and 2015 for his outstanding contributions to the SQL Server community.
When he is not busy informing the members of current events at a local PASS chapter, he spends time with his wife and daughter enjoying outdoor activities.