Packt Publishing – Administering SQL Server on Linux
English | Size: 522.54 MB
This course follows a step-by-step approach to teach viewers the concepts of SQL Server on Linux (using the bash command line) and the SQL programming language through examples that can easily be adapted and applied in your own solutions.
Microsoft’s launch of SQL Server on Linux has made SQL Server a truly versatile platform across different operating systems and data-types, both on-premise and on-cloud.
This course is your handy guide to implementing your SQL Server solution on the open-source Linux platform. You will brush up your SQL Server skills by creating and querying database objects and implementing basic administration tasks to support business continuity, including security and performance optimization. This course will also take you beyond the basics and highlight some advanced topics such as in-memory OLTP and temporal tables.
By the end of this course, you will be able to recognize and utilize the full potential of setting up an efficient SQL Server database solution in your Linux environment.
What You Will Learn
• Create and work with database objects using SQL Server on Linux
• Configure and administer SQL Server on Linux-based systems
• Create and restore database back-ups
• Protect sensitive data using the built-in cryptographic features
• Optimize query execution using indexes
• Improve query execution time by more than 10x using in-memory OLTP
• Track row-versioning using temporal tables
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