Survey says RHEL Leads for Microsoft SQL Server on Linux deployments
Red Hat News, June 2nd , 2021
June 2, 2021,
Volume 279, Issue 1

Organizations today have choices that they did not have a few years ago. And nothing is better than bringing together two things that are popular like the ease of use and familiarity of Microsoft SQL Server combined with the flexibility, performance and security of Linux

"At the end of 2020, Red Hat commissioned a study with Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc. that surveyed 306 members of the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS).

Survey participants held roles in a variety of verticals, working in IT departments with 54% of the respondents holding the title of Database Administrator. What the survey results pointed to was interesting.

First, many organizations that use SQL Server are working with a menagerie of flavors of operating systems (OS). Historically, if you wanted to run SQL Server your choice of operating systems were limited to Microsoft Windows. Times have changed, and Microsoft now actively supports SQL Server on Linux, and the adoption among the SQL Server base is popular..."

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