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Setting up passwordless login from Amazon EC2 Windows and Linux instances to Amazon RDS Oracle database instances

In today’s world, every organization uses a centralized location to store and manage user credentials. The most commonly used service for this is Microsoft Active Directory (AD). Organizations use LDAP protocol to authenticate users to their peripheral devices, but fewer companies use this centralized credential store to allow users to log in to their databases. […]

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Migrating your on-premises SQL Server Windows workloads to Amazon EC2 Linux

For decades, IT administrators could only run their SQL Server workloads on Windows. However, as of SQL Server 2017, SQL Server is now available to run in the Linux operating system. For IT administrators, this represents an opportunity to run SQL Server workloads on their preferred operating system, save on Windows Server licensing costs, and […]

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Deploying and configuring Active Directory authentication with SQL Server 2017 on Amazon Linux 2

SQL Server on Windows allows you to configure SQL Server instances to use Windows authentication with Active Directory accounts. This post addresses how to do that with SQL Server 2017 on Amazon Linux 2. This solution allows you to log in with your Active Directory accounts using Windows authentication to manage SQL Server Linux instances […]

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Deploying Always On availability groups between Amazon EC2 Windows and Amazon Linux 2 instances

Microsoft SQL Server 2017 supports Always On availability groups between Windows and Linux to create read-scale workloads without high availability (HA). Unfortunately, you cannot achieve HA between Windows and Linux because there is no clustered solution that can manage that cross-platform configuration. To use HA with Always On availability groups, consider using a Windows Server […]

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