The steps below were a result of figuring out how to install mssql-tools on aLinux instance. Along the way I learned a little about `yum` and repository priorities.
After finishing my previous quick experiment with getting Docker up and running, I immediately wanted to experiment with SQL Server portability using Docker. The overal long term goal is to have standard docker images that all developers on the team could use for development and to assist with the onbording process of new developers to our team.
For me, learning about containers (and Docker in particular) is just part of my journey to keep up to date on the tools of modern software development. I don’t anticipate becoming a container expert or managing large Docker swarms (although you never know!), but having a decent understanding of the tools and technologies around containers fits into my process of using the best tools available for a given problem.