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    Hi everyone,

    This is most definitely a valid request and, in fact, we’ve been doing some research on this topic for quite some time. There is no ETA at the moment, but we would really appreciate you voting for this request so that we can accurately assess its popularity relative to other features. Thanks in advance!

    —AK

    photon LIGHT commented  · 

    Yes, you are right Bruno, thanks for the link, it's even simpler! And it updates itself...

    Right again about MSSQLS. Let's make it simple so that it could be accomplished faster.

    We are using Postgres but it was a pain a the time to get it working nicely with EF ( also being very new ). Now you have much more info and features implemented... I started before version 1 because i saw a good opportunity with no extra cost on server software db etc and the project was indeed volunteering without budget.

    Thank you and Good luck!!!

    photon LIGHT commented  · 

    The number of developers using .NET CORE is increasing day by day. If you offer such support, you will be definitely ahead of the curve while others are still sleeping. I already see Job Ads asking for this technology in linked in and other places. Microsoft is making a universal platform.
    There is already a version of SQLServer working on linux there is *a lot* of business to be made here. All of this you can confirm, it is public with proper documentation and a lot of support. All open source except SQL Server itself.

    Definitely a good bet in the short term.

    Will require some adaptation ( installation of Kestrel and updates ) you already use NGINX as a proxy, and .net core engine can work and be updated easily ( folder based ) totally isolated. Utilization of nuget packages ( mature plattform ).

    Give it a try there are very easy examples to make an asp.net mvc application work with a lot of support in a few steps.

    Good luck

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