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The latest update for SQL Server 2016 makes numerous improvements to performance, scale, support and diagnostics.
The sqlcmd and bcp command-line utilities for SQL Server 2016 brings new database management and analytics capabilities to the platform.
This is the second cumulative patch for SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1. Microsoft has focused on bringing fixes to issues that were found after the release of the last patch update.
The tandem lets users run Dynamics 365 on-premises with SQL Server 2016, and increases efficiency by disabling lock escalation depending on the number of locks present.. Microsoft is also evaluating the use of native compilation of tables and stored procedures and In-memory Columnstore.
The new edition enables developers to build to a single programming surface when creating or updating applications, and use it to scale the application’s needs.
As well as continuing to show its love for Linux, Microsoft also brought SQL Server 2016 to preview on the Windows platform. The release is accompanied to updates for several SQL tools.
The SQL server has beaten the TPC-H 10 TB benchmark, making it the fastest in-memory database on the market. It was achieved on Lenovo System x3850 X6.
The company is tightening its open source ties with further support for Red Hat Linux distribution, mirroring a similar partnership the companies struck last year.
SQL Server 2016 has been made generally available for everyone after finally leaving the preview and release candidate phase, Microsoft announced today.
The company officially announced that SQL Server 2016 on wide release starting June 1, 2016, with all versions of the product available from day one.
There has been a lot of movement with SQL Server 2016 recently, not least Microsoft’s announcement that the database will be heading to the open source Linux platform.
While it may only have been a week since Microsoft raised the curtain on SQL Server for Linux, the company is already reaping the rewards as companies flock to the service.
Microsoft has announced new SQL Server 2016 and Microsoft Azure StorSimple cloud storage updates aimed at allowing more customers to use a hybrid cloud model for data storage and protection.
The System Center Management Packs for SQL Server enable monitoring of SQL Server Memory-Optimized Tables, mirror monitoring, and more.
Microsoft will this week stop supporting SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2, while SQL Server 2019 will be arriving in preview in two weeks.
Microsoft says monthly updates for SQL Server 2017 will start in December but has decided to not add CU Slipstream Media.
The latest preview release of Windows Server (16257) allows Linux integration through the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
The company has sent out an SQL Server update for management packs for versions 2008 to 2016. Included in the update are System Center Management Pack, Server Replication, Server Analysis, Reporting Services, and Server Dashboards.
R Services 9.1 brings a number of deep learning enhancements, including an up to 100x boost in scoring performance and role-based access control. It also brings support for Linux, SQL Server 2016, and popular Hadoop distributions.
The launched of Windows Server Premium Assurance and SQL Server Premium Assurance add an additional six years to Microsoft’s server products. Both services will now have 16 years of total support, helping to keep customers secure.