SQL Server 2008: What to Expect

SQL Server 2008: What to Expect


Microsoft SQL Server 2008 has many great new features that will allow you to develop higher performing, more scalable next-generation applications using more than just relational data. Although this release will be a little early for many customers, the fact that the features are largely incremental in nature should reassure users that Microsoft is building on the established foundation of SQL Server 2005. Using the same architecture and management tools, customers will be able to smoothly upgrade their systems and skills, based on the need for the new features and according to their own schedule.


Brian D. Egler Course Director, Global Knowledge Brian Egler is a Global Knowledge instructor and Course Director specializing in Microsoft SQL Server technologies. He currently resides in Holly Springs, North Carolina.
Global Knowledge
10 Dec 2008
10 Dec 2008
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