I’ve been blogging about running SQL Server in Docker containers for a while now and, to be honest, my blogs are scattered over a few years and some need to be archived as they’re out of date.
So what I wanted to do was have one place where I could collate all the blogs I’ve written about running SQL Server in a container. This would make it easy for people to access information and make it easy for me to keep it all up-to-date as well.
So introducing, The SQL Server and Containers Guide!
This wiki contains everything needed to get up and running with SQL Server in Docker containers, and it delves a little bit deeper as well.
Topics covered are: –
- Quick Start – Get up and running with SQL in a container
- Running SQL in container – Explore the ins and outs of running SQL in a container
- Persisting data – Have a look at the options for persisting data in a container
- Docker images – Build your own custom SQL images
- Container networking – Explore the default docker network and create a custom network
- Docker Compose – Use Docker Compose to spin SQL up in a container
- Docker commands – Details of various Docker commands
Each post has code and screenshots to walk through each topic…and the Github repository contains all the code from the posts so that it can be pulled down locally.
I’ll be adding to this some more over the next few weeks…Rob Sewell (b|t) awesomely contributed code to generate Azure Data Studio Notebooks from the wiki which I may (ok, definitely) have broken. But once I’ve (or more likely Rob) has fixed that…they’ll be added into the repository.
If there’s anything missing please feel free to contact me via email@example.com or submit a PR!
Thanks for reading!