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Microsoft SQL 2014 – What to Expect!

Microsoft SQL Server 2014 is on its way and it is looking very promising. Improvements in SQL 2014 include mission critical performance across all workloads, faster insights from any data and a platform for a hybrid cloud and many more. Below is just a few of the key features of SQL 2014;


In-Memory Built-in

With an average increase in performance gains of up to 50%

Easy Access to Data

Search, access and shape internal and even external data to broaden insights

Hybrid Cloud

Enable new hybrid scenarios such as cloud back up and cloud disaster recovery to reduce costs and on-premises business continuity

Enhanced Security & Scalability

Scalable across networking, storage and compute. SQL databases are ranked the least vulnerable 5 years in a row.

Powerful Insights

Speed up analysis and insight through the familiar Excel

Easy On-Ramp to Cloud

Quickly and easily migrate and run SQL 2104 on Windows Azure

High Availability

Higher availability with AlwaysOn, with simplified management and better availability

Complete BI solution

SQL 2014 allows you to scale your BI models and enrich and keep your data secure and ensuring quality and accuracy.

Complete and Consistent

SQL 2014 is a complete data platform that allows on-premise and cloud using a consistent set of tools across the lifecycle

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