Microsoft today announced that its next SQL Server version will hit general availability status on June 1.
In a blog posted on Friday, Microsoft announced that the final release candidate for SQL Server 2016 is now available.
Microsoft signaled the end of support today for its SQL Server 2005 product.
Microsoft's improbable partnership with the open source platform continues, as the company sets its aim for more Linux integration among its products and services.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's SQL Server engineering team wants IT pros to keep up with cumulative update installations.
SQL Server 2016 Release Candidate (RC) 1 is now available, nearly feature-complete, according to Microsoft.
Plus: Will Microsoft's courtship of Oracle customers be successful?
- By Joey D'Antoni
Microsoft laid out the case for enterprises to ditch Oracle's database system for its own at this week's Data Driven conference in New York City.
Microsoft on Monday announced that its SQL Server 2016 database system will be coming to the Linux platform.
The year 2016 will see the end of "extended support" for some Microsoft products.
Microsoft announced the acquisition of Metanautix today, a three-year-old startup company that makes a Big Data analytics solution.
Microsoft has announced that SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 3 is now available.
The next version of the Microsoft flagship database promises to add dynamic extensions to Azure and real time links between structured and unstructured data.
- By Andrew Peterson
Joseph Sirosh, Microsoft's new Data Group head, today announced a new CTP of SQL Server 2016, along with a preview of Azure Data Lake Store and Analytics services and a preview of Azure SQL Database In-Memory OLTP and Operational Analytics.
SQL 2016 has a number of major enhancements which will help whether or not you are implementing on-prem, in Azure or in a hybrid model.
- By Joey D'Antoni