Microsoft Preview of Their New Azure SQL db-as-a-service

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Microsoft is gearing up to preview their new version of its Azure SQL database-as-a-service with the the coming version to include new SQL Server capabilities that will simplify extending and migrating database applications to the cloud, according to company officials who made the announcement at Microsoft's PASS (Professional Association for SQL Server) Summit 2014 on November 5. The new Azure SQL release also will add support for larger databases with online indexing and parallel queries; improved T-SQL support with common language runtime and XML index; and monitoring and troubleshooting with extended events. Continue reading this story here on ZDNet.com



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