How to Boost Database Development Productivity on Linux, Docker, and Kubernetes with Microsoft SQL Server 2017 REGISTER >
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The hunger for IIoT-enabled solutions is driving companies to seek out reliable, secure IIoT platforms that can handle industrial-grade IoT capabilities. What features and capabilities should companies expect in an IIoT platform?
Until now, developing an IIoT solution has required the costly, time-intensive effort of platform building, as developers create technology stacks from scratch to handle the hardware, firmware, software, edge computing, analytics, business systems integration, and more.
Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) allow DevOps teams to be more efficient.
When starting from a production environment, the use of Microsoft SQL Server 2017 in Docker containers and Kubernetes clusters can facilitate a DevOps CI/CD pipeline. Using SQL Server tools also allows you to easily integrate core DevOps application lifecycle management practices to database development.
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