Making SQL Server run on Linux

This post was authored by Scott Konersmann, Partner Engineering Manager, SQL Server, Slava Oks, Partner Group Engineering Manager, SQL Server, and Tobias Ternstrom, Principal Program Manager, SQL Server
Introduction
We first announced SQL Server on Linux in March, and recently released the first public preview of SQL Server on Linux (SQL Server v.Next CTP1) at the Microsoft Connect(); conference. We’ve been pleased to see the positive reaction from our customers and the community; in the two weeks following the release, there were more than 21,000 downloads of the preview. A lot of you are curious to hear more about how we made SQL Server run on Linux (and some of you have already figured out and posted interesting articles about part of the story with “Drawbridge”). We decided to kick off a blog series to share technical details about this very topic starting with an introduction to the journey of offering SQL


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