I’m thrilled to have recently released a video with Microsoft’s Data Exposed on Channel 9 where I discuss setting up Linux storage appropriate for on-demand disk expansion for your production SQL Server on Linux workloads. I’ve been working with Linux operating systems since before I knew Windows, and while Linux is an amazing operating system to run SQL Server on, it’s just simply different than Windows in a lot of ways. When people put SQL Server on Linux into production, and then need to grow a virtual disk sometime in the future, normally, well, you can’t expand it. If this is due to an out-of-space issue, this is a major challenge. Come learn with me how to set up your disks for on-demand expansion, similar to how Windows does it, for your production SQL Server on Linux deployments!
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