Microsoft has released SQL Server 2017 Editions to the public for general availability. Its predecessor, SQL Server 2016 has been widely successful. SQL Server 2016 was a significant upgrade from SQL Server 2014, and we expect the same with SQL Server 2017.
Even though SQL Server 2017 is released for both Linux and Windows platforms, the editions remain mostly the same. Check them out!
All the significant editions remain unchanged, which is a good thing. It maintains an easy upgrade path for customers willing to upgrade to the new version without much confusion. It is particularly true for Software Assurance (SA) customers who typically get a free upgrade to the next major release. So here they are!
Some of the most notable features are as follows:
Here are some of its features:
SQL Server 2017 Editions for both Linux and Windows is a massive shift for Microsoft. We expect many Enterprise customers to jump on the SQL Server bandwagon with this release.
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