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SQL Server 2008 R2: What's new and what it means to you


SQL Server 2008 R2 is much more than a minor update. Microsoft made several changes and improvements to its database management system with R2, including two brand new editions and several business intelligence features.

In this webcast, SQL Server MVP Andrew Novick outlines the key changes to SQL Server 2008 R2 that you absolutely need to know about before a migration. You’ll hear details on the value of BI features, as well as info on key licensing changes for virtualization. There’s also plenty to explore with existing features around SQL Server management and reporting services. Find out what you don’t know about SQL Server 2008 R2.


Andrew Novick Principal, Novick Software

Andrew Novick is a 22-year industry veteran and principal of the New England-based consulting company, Novick Software. As a long time project manager, consultant, and programmer, Andrew has designed and built applications for the financial services, retail, transportation, telecommunications, and real estate industries. He specializes in building systems using the Microsoft tools, usually SQL Server, Visual Basic, ASP, XML, and more recently .NET.

Dell, Inc., Microsoft and AMD
Jul 26, 2010

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