In this article, I am going to discuss in-depth setting up docker and running a SQL Server Docker image. SQL Server, as you might already be aware that it is one of the most popular relational database technologies in today’s world.
In this article, I am going to discuss in-depth setting up docker and running a SQL Server Docker image. SQL Server, as you might already be aware that it is one of the most popular relational database technologies in today’s world. SQL Server is widely used in various applications that support transactional and analytical workloads. Docker, on the other hand, is a containerization technology using which you can bundle your applications within a container and distribute them. Docker helps users to build applications independent of the underlying operating system. We will learn more about Docker and using the SQL Server Docker image in this article.
Previously, Microsoft supported SQL Server to be installed only on Windows Machines, however, starting from SQL Server 2017, Microsoft has started to distribute the software for Linux machines as well. You can now install SQL Server on Linux distributions like the RHEL, SUSE, Ubuntu, etc. However, in order to install and use SQL Server on a Mac, you need to run the Linux distribution inside a docker container. This requires the SQL Server Docker image to be downloaded and installed on the local computer before using it. In this article, we will get started by installing Docker on MacOS first, and then use the SQL Server Docker image from the DockerHub and connect to it using Azure Data Studio.
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