Five New Features of the Microsoft SQL Server, Code Name: "Denali"

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While most businesses are still in the process of migrating their DBs to SQL Server 2005 or 2008, Microsoft keeps moving forward with upgrades and improvements to their legendary SQL DB and "Denali", not to be mistaken by the automobile, is no exception. Microsoft released Denali to the CTP (Community Technology Preview) at this years CTP conference and to date, the reviews have been great. Take a peak at the five most wanted features of this new DB.

From "AlwaysOn" to the New "Development Console", Check Out all the Great New Features of the New SQL

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