Thanks to the cloud, SQL Server development is about to get cheaper.
Microsoft rolled out a description of its SQL Server 2012 licensing model on Thursday.
Hey, SQL Server developers! You can get onto Amazon's cloud.
The ties that bind are not so easily severed, especially between the teams who are developing these two platforms.
Microsoft isn't always the slow-moving dinosaur, but the visionary. Witness its work with SQL Azure beating Google and Apple to data-laden cloud.
At the second day of the SQL PASS Summit, Microsoft announced a new SQL Azure release as well as some new features to come later this year.
Database development and application development in the same tool--'Juneau' promises no more jumping through hula hoops.
Microsoft said that future SQL Server APIs will phase out of OLE DB and back to supporting the Open Database Connectivity protocol.
Microsoft released two community technology previews of its Hadoop connectors, one that works with SQL Server and other with SQL Server Parallel Data Warehouse.
Microsoft this week released community technology previews of a new Service Pack 3 for SQL Server 2008.
NoSQL oponents see no future for the language. Proponents, though, are building new products around it.
I must have missed the memo about using beta software on real systems.
A few announcements by Microsoft at WPC this week haven't quelled the discussions on this issue of Denali supporting XP
Microsoft released the third community technology preview (CTP3) of SQL Server code-named "Denali" and SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1.
I'm torn whether the next version of SQL Server should be backward compatible or move forward. Here are some of the arguments on both sides.