Microsoft finalizes the release of SQL Server 2014, the new version of its popular management system databases. It goes on sale on April 1 and promises higher performance, capacity data warehouse, Business Intelligence and Big Data, and integration with the cloud using Windows Azure.
Microsoft SQL Server 2014 will be released on April 1 with higher performance, new features and integration with Windows AzureThe next April 1 will be available Microsoft SQL Server 2014The expected new version management system database company of Windows that include numerous improvements to suit current trends. Manufacturers who work with the company now run by Satya Nadella are getting the version RTM (also called generally available) to perform final adjustments to ensure full compatibility with the ecosystem Microsoft.
After two years of development, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 incorporates significant improvements to give an adequate response to the latest technological trends such as cloud computing. Notable new features in this version include new capabilities OLTP ( Online Transaction Processing Memory ) that provide performance up to 30 times, with benefits In-Memory Columnstore, allowing read and write larger volumes of information in the data stores and more rapid responses to inquiries and achieve greater data compression.
Tighter integration with Windows Azure
Thinking cloud environments, Microsoft SQL Server 2014 adds new hybrid scenarios that include backup in Windows Azure and the option to create a virtual machine Windows Azure to accelerate disaster recovery. Incidentally, Microsoft announced that it has updated Windows Azure to be compatible with version 2.2 of Hadoop. This will allow customers to include this burgeoning technology strategies Big Data.
As pointed out by Microsoft, SQL Server has become the solution most widely used database in the world. The new version will allow to continue gaining market share by extending the application of this software database particularly demanding scenarios that require high performance, thanks to its ability to process up to 250,000 requests per second