Microsoft aims to assist developers through DevOps tooling, to help manage Microsoft’s on-premises and cloud database offerings.
Its new Microsoft SQL Operations Studio has capabilities of SQL Server Management Studio and SQL Server Data Services with a modern, cross-platform interface, has the ability to deploy Linux and Windows Containers into SQL Server, Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Data Warehouse; helping developers and administrators build and manage T-SQL code in a more agile DevOps environment.
Rohan Kumar, Microsoft’s general manager of database systems engineering, said at a recent conference: “We believe this is the way of the future.
“It’s in its infancy. We see a lot of DevOps experiences where development and testing are being used right on containers, but this is only going to get better and SQL is already prepared for it.”
Written by Leah Alger