- [Instructor] So, SQL Server on Windows…and SQL Server on Linux use the exact same source code.…There are some differences in features…that are pretty minor and they're kind of edge use features.…Probably the biggest one being transactional replication,…in that you can't transactionally replicate…from SQL Server on Linux yet.…That will be coming down the road.…But in terms of actual software development,…specifically T-SQL development, we have a very similar…process on Windows that we do on Linux.…Your code's going to run exactly the same.…It's not like you're suddenly going to get different…execution plans or anything like that…in terms of the Linux environment.…
I will talk about in this video, though,…some other tools that are available that makes SQL Server…a more open-source friendly platform.…A couple of other things have changed in recent years.…Probably the biggest being that Microsoft is open-source.…The JDCB driver for SQL Server and made a large number…of improvements to it.…It had gone untouched for a long time…
- Querying with SQL Graph
- String functions in SQL 2017
- Adaptive query processing
- Docker containers and SQL
- Deploying CLR code with SQL Server on Linux
- Working with SQL Operations Studio
- Using snippets
- Code deployment using GIT
Skill Level Intermediate
1. New Features Overview
2. Adaptive Query Processing
3. SQL Server on Linux
4. SQL Server Operations Studio
Using snippets3m 57s
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