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Microsoft has announced an update for SQL Server Data Tools which pushes the version up to 16.4. It some prominent issues and adds support for Schema Compare in SqlPackage.exe.
Microsoft has rolled out its deep analytics and huge data management service Azure SQL Data Warehouse to four new regions, expanding its general availability to 18 regions in total.
The new preview functionality offers significant performance increases due to the ability to run the web and SQL server side-by-side.
The major release adds endless functionality, with the addition of code search, dashboard and widget improvements, build improvements and more.
Flexera reports that although the amount of secure operating systems has increased, unpatched software is still an issue. 13.5% of the average user's third party software remains unpatched.
P15 offers 4000DTUs, and 1TB of storage, allowing for fast and simultaneous real-time analytics and transaction processing.
The latest release of ODBC Driver sees the service come to build 13.1. Microsoft has included a number of changes, including Azure Active Directory support.
Despite this, the company experienced a year on year decline of seven percent in revenue, and a large drop in device sales. At the forefront of this fall was the Phone market, which declined by 71 percent.
The Data Warehouse service managed by Microsoft can be provisioned in minutes, process massive volumes of data and scale up dynamically when needed.
Added protection for sensitive is now offered by Always Encrypted in SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), with the feature arriving to users this month.
A video uploaded to Channel 9 shows two Microsoft engineers run a simply demo of the much-anticipated SQL Server on Linux platform.
The company has re-confirmed a long time plan to shutter support for SQL Server 2005, leaving users without security fixes from tomorrow (April 12).
Azure is the focus of Day 2 at Build 2016 and Microsoft discussed Azure Service Fabric extensively, announcing that the service is leaving Preview and is now Generally Available.
SQL Server for Linux was announced two weeks ago, drawing praise from the industry, bringing the database to the open source platform for the first time. Microsoft is now offering some more details about the release, and when it will happen.
Microsoft’s Visual Studio is due for a major refresh this year. Details about some new features from private preview have made their way online, "lightweight" mode included.
Redmond was pulling out all the stops at the recently wrapped Data Driven SQL Server Event to try and convince potential customers to make the switch to Redmond’s own database solution with free services and training.
The launch of SQL Server will bring the relational database management system to the open source Linux platform for the first time.
Microsoft has officially released Visio 2016, the newest version of its diagramming-solution for professionals. It integrates new Office 2016 features like "Tell Me", pre-crafted starter which help getting started and a quick import feature for real-world diagrams.
The latest appliance update builds on the SQL Server 2016 release, offering additional language coverage to support migrations from SQL Server and other platforms.
Microsoft has now fixed a slowdown issue that has been persistent in Linux versions of OneDrive for several months. The developers have disabled the offending feature for now and have plans to implement it after some tweaking.