Google is working on a new version of SQL that is expected to have some nice features.
One of those is support for parallel processing, and this is one of those features that is missing in SQL Server 2012.
The company is working to fix that.
The problem is that it’s hard to get parallel processing to work for databases.
The problem is one that is already present in SQL 2000 and earlier versions, and it is also present in older versions of SQL Server.
SQL 2000 introduced parallelism, which allowed the use of many cores for different tasks.
Today, it has been replaced with a feature called “memory access,” which is designed to improve performance when using multiple cores.
The issue is that memory access does not help performance, and can be problematic.
This is because SQL Server is written to operate on a shared memory space, so it is a lot more difficult to keep memory occupied than it was back then.
The new version will also add a new feature called a “parallel processor.”
This is a feature that enables parallel processing of the same data and for a set of data.
This can be helpful in situations where multiple databases are accessing data in parallel, such as a website that stores user and billing information.
The feature can be useful in situations when you are trying to retrieve the same result in parallel from multiple servers.
It can also be useful for a large database where you are querying a large number of data points at once.
This type of use is called “multiple queries.”
This can help reduce the number of times you have to perform parallel queries.
The new version is expected in early 2018.
The feature is currently under development, but it should be available in the new version by early 2019.
The company is also working on other improvements to SQL Server that will make it easier for people to work with data.
It is working with a company that runs a large analytics service and is making changes to its business models that could increase the performance of analytics reports.
The work is part of the company’s efforts to bring SQL Server into the modern era.
As part of that effort, it is making significant changes to the way it does business.
As a result, it may become harder to get people to use SQL Server for its core capabilities, as it will require users to upgrade to SQL 2012, and some will not be able to do so.