Friday Reading 2018-05-04

, 2018-05-04

Phew, busy week. In the middle of updating presentations and making sure demos work!

Here’s a few of the articles that I’ve managed to read this week…

Containers: The Future of Database Infrastructure?

Joey D’Antoni (b|t) takes a look at containers

Open-sourcing gVisor, a sandboxed container runtime

Google have open-sourced gVisor, a sandboxing technology for containers

Network start-up and performance improvements in Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows Server, version 1803

MS Networking blog on the recent changes to Windows Containers

Microsoft’s Azure Container Service Goes GA

Azure Container Instances have gone out for GA!

Managing SQL Server in Linux Containers with dbatools

My 24 Hours of PASS Session

And this from XKCD ??

Have a good weekend!

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