We are going to deploy Kubernetes in Azure using Azure CLI
Make sure you have Azure CLI installed (version 2.0.27 or later) on the machine (Windows/macOS/Linux), here is how to install it.
Azure SQL is a fantastic service, it offers many features and benefits, but many of our customers do not like the idea that Azure SQL expose its connection to the wide internet when connected to other services even if it is protected by SSL, username/password authentication and a SQL Server Firewall, and to be honest their concerns are legit.
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after releasing the new shiny Virtualbox 5.1 there is few things need to do with Vagrant 1.8.4 so it will workRead More »
Before we migrate or upgrade we need to know some critical information that helps us find out about how SQL/System will be licensed based on CPU/Socket/Cores, some other information related to collation to find out what is the best way to consolidate Databases.
so I made this scrip that helped to get the basic informations that i needed, I decided to share it with the community and hopefully will be helpful for you.
We have to always remember Apple is a company that need to win market shares and to sell to keep going by introducing new products even if it is based on an existing technology at least they present it with a new perspective to make it fun and easy to be used by the average consumers.
Installing Oracle Database 11g R2 on a Linux Server (you can check my previous post) does not provide the database the possibility to preform an automatic startup/shutdown when the system is starts or shutdown, we need to do it manually!
so here is a few steps to make it happen automatically.
To install Oracle Database 11g R2 on a Linux server there if few things we need to keep in mind that installing Oracle Database is quite simple, it’s the pre-installation process that can be tricky.
Any successful company needs to focus and expand the areas where there are profits.
Through the last years we saw that Apple is focusing on iOS based devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, AppleTV) where profit comes not only from selling the iOS devices but comes from the iTunes contents (music, video, apps and books).
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I have to say that VMware could do better installation process, but ….
I have Windows 2008 R2 with MSSQL Server (64bit) already installed (I will not use the MSSQL that comes with the vCenter installation)
any ways, Windows 2008 R2 is 64Bit only, there is no 32Bit, here is what I found and it may help!
Sofar the installation went OK, but I did not test all the functions and made sure that it works without problems!
did any one else face the same need to the steps above?