SQL Server 2017 On Linux: The Azure VM Method

Kevin Feasel

2018-04-12

Linux

Prashanth Jayaram shows how to spin up an Azure VM running SQL Server 2017 on Linux:

To create the VMs, you need to go through these four steps:

  1. Basics to configure basic setting of the VM

  2. Size to choose the VM machine size

  3. Settings to configure the features. In this case, the default values are used. You just need to click the Next button to proceed further

  4. Purchase

Once it’s running, Prashanth shows how to connect via PuTTY and configure the service.

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