Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services

Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services

In this post, I am talking about how we can practically make use of the Azure File share that is mounted to our containers in AKS. I'm examining a PoC of how you can query a SQLite database hosted on an Azure File share, accessed from multiple containers at a huge scale simultaneously. It's fun, tag along. This is a mini-series with two parts. How to: Mount an Azure Storage File share to containers in AKS.(this post) Processing data from SQLite hosted in an Azure File share, running in Azure Kubernetes Services.I've simplified the sample code for this…

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FindBestContentDatabaseForSiteCreation() problem after upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Solution

In one of the projects I’m currently involved, we’re in the process of upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. One of the problems we faced were the fact that we had some orphaned content databases in our production environments, but the problem didn’t surface in SharePoint 2010 but was given light in 2013. So this short post is talking about how I fixed those issues, which was a bit of a pain to be honest. In the environments we’re working, we’ve set up a scheduled upgrade that takes place once every week on a…

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