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Introducing SQL Server 2014 – Unlocking Real, Time Insights !!

June 3, 2013 2 comments

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Updates from SQL Server team Blog !

Microsoft has finally released some information during the TechEd North America 2013 Day 1 Keynote about the next major version of SQL Server, which will be called SQL Server 2014. According to Mary Jo Foley, it is due to be released in early 2014, shortly after the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 (aka Windows Blue Server).

Today at TechEd North America SQL Server team Blog announced a wave of products and services that will help customers embrace the “enterprise cloud era.” The next version of our data platform – SQL Server 2014 – is a key part of the day’s news. Designed and developed with our cloud-first principles in mind, it delivers built-in in-memory capabilities, new hybrid cloud scenarios and enables even faster data insights.

The journey to SQL Server 2014

It’s been a mere 14 months since we shipped SQL Server 2012 and in that time we’ve advanced our data platform portfolio with a preview of Windows Azure HDInsight, customer successes on Windows Azure SQL Database and releases of PowerPivot and Power View for Office 2013, project codename “Data Explorer” in Excel, Parallel Data Warehouse 2.0 and so much more. It’s been an incredibly busy time building a modern data platform that empowers businesses to unlock real-time insights from big data.

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Key features :

  • In-memory in the box enables breakthrough performance
  • Delivering mission critical capabilities through new hybrid scenarios
  • Unlocking real-time insights

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Product Roadmap

New server and cloud products from Microsoft may start to appear somewhere between late 2013 or Q1 2014.

Premises Products: System Center 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials, Power BI in Office 365, SQL Server 2012 PDW AU1, SQL Server 2014, Visual Studio vNext

Cloud Products: Azure Services for Widows Server, Azure Active Directory Access Management, Azure Active Authentication, Windows Intune, Azure HDInsight, SQL Database, Team Foundation Service vNext

Source: Microsoft Cloud OS Workshop, May 15, 2013

 

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