Configuring User Access in SQL Server on Linux
Database Training Architect II
With any RDBMS, it is important to appropriately configure both authentication and authorization. Users are provisioned the least privileges possible in order to accomplish their task. In SQL Server, this is accomplished via logins, roles, and users. In this hands-on lab, you are the SQL DBA for Awesome Company. You are working with a developer to set up access for a new web app. This will be accomplished by using the Azure Marketplace to quickly spin up a database back end, then configuring a database appropriately for the developer's needs.