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Welcome to our Docker blog

This is the newest technology to be incorporated into the SQL Server world and therefore worthy of a blog.

From what I've seen of it so far I've been impressed with the versatility and capability, but it's hard to pick up and therefore I wanted to document as I went along...

New Blog - Docker
Published: Jul 03, 2022
This is a technology I'm in the process of learning and therefore, whilst it's fresh in my mind, I wanted to start a blog in order to document my findings and create a kind of walk through.

Docker is the newest technology in which SQL Server has adopted and I wanted to get in somewhere near the ground floor (not on the ground floor by any stretch, but as long as I'm vaguely near then I'll be happy).

Everything I've read and seen in the Docker world has been impressive to say the least. It gives virtual machines a severe run for their money when it comes to demo instances that you can simply spin up and use, and with the volume of literature around on Docker as a whole, and specifically SQL Server on Docker, it's definitely something I want to get my teeth into.

This blog is therefore my guide as to what I'm doing with Docker and anything I find out as I go... basics, issues, downsides etc.

As mentioned, a lot of this information is out there in literature, but I've found that it's incredibly hard to find a single coherent and simple source that gets you up and running and covers the very basics from "idiot" upwards (and I'm definitely starting out in the "idiot" category), so hopefully I can make this into a single consolidated source to at least get you up and running.

I hope to see you all in the comments sections in the future.

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I am a SQL Server DBA, Architect, Developer, Trainer, and CEO of SQL World. This is my blog in which I’m simply trying to share my SQL knowledge and experiences with the world.


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