Since its initial release Microsoft SQL Server has come a long way, imposing itself as an industry standard with an impressive security track record.
Between the various database management software options available, Microsoft SQL Server is still one of the most powerful ones to date, and Microsoft has consistently kept up with the latest technology by releasing frequent updates the most recent being 2019.
Microsoft SQL Server 2019 builds on previous releases introducing several new features like e.g. Big Data Clusters for SQL Server.
The update also provides the additional capability and improvements for the SQL Server database engine, SQL Server Analysis Services, SQL Server Machine Learning Services, SQL Server on Linux, and SQL Server Master Data Services.
Microsoft is a global software editor and provider of a full ecosystem of server and application components. Microsoft products are available at Exoscale with on-demand usage model or as BYOL model for certain products.
Exoscale throughout its core IaaS offering maintains a comprehensive set of base images for various Linux, Windows and BSD based images that are commonly deployed and used by developers and sysadmins of software teams. The images are built via automated processes and are provided as close as possible as the original Editor image, including only the additional configuration items for a first class Exoscale integration: authentication, networking and contextualization.
Microsoft SQL Server is available in the following versions:
The SQL Server templates are offered in a PAYG - Pay as You Go - model. The total end customer pricing is the sum of the pure IaaS price according to the Exoscale price information including Windows and the Monthly license cost for SQL Server.
SQL Server Standard is scalable to 24 cores and 128 GB of memory. Other limits apply.
Exoscale SQL Server template is built upon the default Microsoft Windows Server template and benefits from the same features regarding the operating system layer such as:
By using this product, you agree to terms and conditions according to the Microsoft end user license agreement (EULA).