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SQL Server is like your own personal database manager. Watch to learn what Microsoft SQL Server is and why it’s used.
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system that supports a wide variety of applications in corporate IT environments — from transaction processing to business intelligence to analytics. As the name suggests, SQL Server is built on top of SQL — a language that database administrators and IT professionals use to manage and search databases.
Between 1995 and 2016, Microsoft has released 10 versions of SQL Server — more recent iterations aimed at enterprises to rival other high-end platforms. Different editions exist to cater to different sized organizations and different business needs.
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5 replies on “What is Microsoft SQL Server?”
Which is Faster ?? All data in Single Database is faster or Dividing data in Multiple Databases will be faster ????
great presentation, very instructive .Thank you
Excellent presentation – Clear, concise, well paced, and very informative. Thank you!
Just a pet peeve of mine, but Microsoft SQL Server sounds a lot like MySQL Server if you say the names of the two databases quickly. Us members of the computer industry must get better at naming things.