First! Thanks to the organizers, and specially the attendees as they waited patiently to the attend my last session of the day “Working with SQL Server for Linux Cross-Platform”. It proves to be good. Love their interaction and the will to embrace technology.
As, I almost didn’t make it to the event, due to car problem, I one my coworker gave me ride to the event at Nova Southeastern University. I missed giving the early session “SQL Server working with PowerShell and Python” so I ended up merging both sessions into one.
For my surprise, the last session went better than I expected. I ran everything from Azure Cloud which work like a charm, and the attendee were awesome.
Both presentation and all demo scripts were uploaded to the SQLSaturday #627 event site. I hope you all take advantage of the resource link I provided.
In the demo it’s interesting we covered the following on PowerShell Core, Python 3.6 (Anaconda), and SQL Server 2017 (Linux):
* In Window 10, using SSMS v17.1 connecting to SQL Server 2017 in Linux
* In Linux, connect to a Windows Shared folders
* In Windows, using SSMS to restore a Windows Database into Linux SQL Server.
* Sample script using Python tk (Gui) w/pyodbc (SQL connector), and PowerShell displaying PowerShell object in a Gridview.
* Using SMO in Linux with PowerShell.
And, we did covered a lot in a short time.
By the way, I will be giving the same session at IDERA’s Geek Synch webinar, on July 12th, at 11:00am CT/12:00pm ET:
Geek Sync – I Working with SQL Server for Linux Cross-Platform
Once again Thanks to everyone!
I’ll see you all in Orlando SQLSaturday #678 on October 7th!