Be sure to add $$myusername$$@$$mydomain$$ to your address book or safe sender list.

DatabaseProNews
Microsoft Announces it Will Bring SQL Server to Linux

By Chris Crum

March 16, 2016

Microsoft announced that it will bring SQL Server to Linux, enabling a consistent data platform across Windows Server and Linux.

For now, the core relational database capabilities are in preview (starting immediately) with availability coming mid-2017.

“SQL Server on Linux will provide customers with even more flexibility in their data solution,” said Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President, Cloud and Enterprise Group at Microsoft. “One with mission-critical performance, industry-leading TCO, best-in-class security, and hybrid cloud innovations – like Stretch Database which lets customers access their data on-premises and in the cloud whenever they want at low cost – all built in.”

“SQL Server’s proven enterprise experience and capabilities offer a valuable asset to enterprise Linux customers around the world,” said Paul Cormier, President, Products and Technologies at Red Hat. “We believe our customers will welcome this news and are happy to see Microsoft further increasing its investment in [...]

Continue Reading
 
 
Today's Top Videos:
Google Preps Series of Hangouts To Discuss AMP Ahead of Launch
Later this month, Google will begin sending search traffic to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), and to get webmasters and publishers ready, they'll be hosting a series of hangouts around various elements. [...]
Watch Video
Google Docs, Sheets & Slides Just Got A Lot Better On Mobile
Google jus announced that it is finally adding mobile comments to Docs, Sheets and Slides. [...]
Watch Video
A Quick Guide To Gmail Ads
For months, Google has been releasing quick video tutorials as a series called "AdWords in Under Five Minutes". It's been a while since they released one, but this week, they released a new one about Gmail ads. [...]
Watch Video
 

--This email is a service of DatabaseProNews--


2016 iEntry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy Legal

To Be Taken Off This Mailing, Visit This Page.
For other support inquiries go here.