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SQL Server 2019 | Query faster from any database. (Microsoft Ignite)

(logo sliding) (upbeat music) – Welcome to Microsoft Mechanics Live. (audience clapping) Hoo. Coming up, we take a closer look SQL Server 2019, now generally available. We’ll look at its expanded role as a data integration platform allowing you to bring in data from any source including on the Edge for analysis. In fact, we’ll […]

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New Feature Offerings in SQL Server 2019

>>Hello everyone, I’m Rony Chatterjee, a senior program manager on Microsoft SQL Server team. Today, I’m going to show our SQL Server 2019 product offerings in Azure Data Studio. A cross platform multidatabase tool designed to empower data engineers and data scientists. SQL Server 2019 is deployed on Kubernetes providing the flexibility to run on […]

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Introduction to Big Data Cluster on SQL Server 2019 | Virtualization, Kubernetes, and Containers

(cheerful music) Hello and welcome, my name is Sanjay Soni. Here is a microlearning, readiness video Let me welcome Buck Woody to the studio. Hi, Buck. Hey, how you doing Sanjay? SANJAY: Great to have you with us. It’s good to be here, it’s good to be here. Awesome. So, what do you do at […]

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Google Paid Me to Talk About a Security Issue!

I’m really excited about this video, because Google wanted to sponsor a video talking about a security vulnerability that somebody found in one of their products Think about this: They want to pay money, so that I very publicly share “Google had a security issue”. That might sound CRAZY for most other companies, but we […]

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Kubernetes, Serverless, and You (Next Rewind ’18)

BRETT MCGOWEN: With almost 500 sessions at Next 2018, it’s understandable that you couldn’t get to them all. So if you didn’t see “Kubernetes, Serverless, and You,” then stay tuned, because here’s the Rewind. [MUSIC PLAYING] Kubernetes is a great way to run and manage your containers. It’s open source and has a vibrant ecosystem […]

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Container Native Load Balancing on GKE (Cloud Next ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] MINHAN XIA: Good afternoon, everybody. Welcome to our breakout session. My name is Minhan. I’m a software engineer on the Kubernetes Engine Networking team. So we’re here to talk about container native load balancing on Kubernetes engine. We have three items on the agenda. First, how Google Cloud treats containers as first-class loader […]

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Helm with Michelle Noorali and Matthew Butcher: GCPPodcast 50

[MUSIC PLAYING] FRANCESC CAMPOY: Hi. And welcome to episode number 50 of the weekly Google Cloud Platform Podcast. I am Francesc Campoy. And I’m here with my colleague, Mark Mandel. Hey, Mark. How are you doing? MARK MANDEL: I’m a bit sleepy. But I’m good. FRANCESC CAMPOY: It’s been a long day, many meanings, many […]

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The Advantage of Managed: Migrating from Self-Hosted in AWS to GCP (Cloud Next ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] RYAN LIPPERT: Thanks a lot, everyone, for joining us today. So I’m going to be joined by Venky Iyer here. My name is Ryan Lippert. And what we’ll be talking about today is just the advantage of managed. And when we talk about that, we’re really talking about Hadoop and migrating that from […]

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Where Should I Run My Code? Choosing From 5+ Compute Options (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] BRIAN DORSEY: We’re going to talk about how to make sense of all of our compute pieces, where to run your stuff, give hopefully a good lay of the land of where things are at. I was talking with folks ahead of time– a bunch of data science related folks in the room. […]

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