Category: 2016

Features supported by the editions of SQL Server

TweetThere are certain instructions you need to be aware of features supported by different editions of SQL Server. Since the version 2012 (still applicable on 2014 & 2016 CTP2)  Microsoft has divided the number of specifications on editions perspective to accommodate unique…

SQL Server 2016: Concepts and architecture for Stretch Database

TweetThe new feature set within SQL Server 2016 (in CTP2.2 as of today), not just simple enhancements or easy features there will be a big changes to come as compared to previous releases. As there is a flood of information…

SQL Server Management Studio June 2015 Preview

TweetHere is the good news for SQL Server users, especially DBAs! A ‘preview’ (first one though) release of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), which will have a separate release services outside of SQL Engine releases. All you need to do…

SQL Server 2016, and what-not!

TweetOh well, as the subject line says bloggers around the world are busy in digging about what’s coming on with newly announce SQL Server 2016 version. To begin with we are in SQL Server 2016 CTP2 stage now and I’m sure…