In this article, we will be sharing the SQL Server 2019 System Requirements based on the current release from Microsoft. The 2019 edition is going to be a significant release for SQL Server in 2019 and comes with exciting new features.
In order to experience SQL Server 2019, you can install the software as a “Side-by-side” or use the “Upgrade” option from the maintenance menu. It allows you to run several new Hadoop features (HDFS & Apache Spark), such as a spark cluster which was previously not possible.
Like its predecessor, the SQL Server 2017, the 2019 edition also runs on Linux and Docker containers. So, with that in mind, let us check out the essential system requirements of SQL Server 2019.
The first thing to note is that this edition does not support a 32-bit processor anymore. In a way, this also indicates that Microsoft has finally got rid of their legacy code and binaries which were still running in 32-bit mode under WoW. Several older server operating systems are also not supported. Many of these server OS’s are yet being run as production for many major corporations around the world.
So, let us check out the Windows system requirements first. See below:
Just like its predecessor, SQL Server 2019 runs on the following platforms:
That is all that we got at the moment. Once the final release of SQL Server 2019 is out under GA (General Availability), we should be able to share more details information in this article.
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