Business Insider/Microsoft Today we are excited to share some big new features that you will find in SQL Server 2018.
We are also announcing some of the SQL Team’s top priorities for SQL Server, which we expect to be an important focus in SQL 2017.
We’re excited to start rolling out these features with the SQL 2017 update, which is scheduled to be released in early October.
Here are the key features we are releasing with this update: This is a major release for SQL in 2018.
SQL Server will get a significant overhaul, with new features and enhancements to make it easier to manage, manage, and manage data, and make it faster and easier to do data analysis.
The most exciting new features will be the following: In the future, you’ll be able to use SQL Server as an application server.
We’ve added a new capability for managing databases as an Application Server.
This allows you to manage and access your SQL Server databases as part of your application.
This will allow you to use a unified SQL Server data model to manage your SQL database as a single, unified database.
SQL’s new Data Model Viewer, which you’ll find under Data Tools in the SQL Management Portal, will allow users to view the database as you normally would.
This is great for applications that need to work with databases that you have multiple databases, or databases that are in different environments.
The new Data Viewer will provide more flexibility when you need to access data in a way that is consistent across multiple applications.
You can use SQL as a service for applications in the cloud.
We’ll also be offering a new feature that lets you manage SQL as part-on-top (POTS) for applications running in the Azure cloud.
This enables you to run your applications on the SQL Service Engine (SSE) and use the SQL server to execute SQL queries as you would in the SSE.
SQL can also be used to run applications in a POTS environment, but only as part on top of the SSS or SRS.
This feature will help you manage applications in an environment where POTS is supported and in a manner that is efficient for your application architecture.
SQL can now be used in production as part or whole-on top of a service that provides access to the database.
This new feature lets you run SQL as an SRS service in production and provide SQL access to your database.
You can run SQL in a production environment with SQL Server in the background, and in the process, your application will be running in a SRS environment.
For more information on the features we announced today, check out the blog post for the full list.