SQL Server 2019 Has Launched

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Is SQL Server 2019 here yet?  Is it?  Is it?


Why yes, it is.  On November 6, 2019 at the PASS Summit, Microsoft announced the general availability of SQL Server 2019 and more:

  • Beyond the SQL Server 2019 release, Microsoft is excited about the Big Data, device data and analytics
  • Azure SQL Edge is now in Preview
    • Database engine plus analytics for disconnected or partially connected devices
    • Ability to run on ARM64 or x64 devices running on Linux
    • Time series streaming and analysis is built-in
    • AI is built-in with R, Python, JAVA or Spark SQL
    • Machine Learning
    • Easy deployment
  • Azure Data Studio incorporates new development opportunities
  • Machine Learning and ONNX Spark will have new capabilities in Azure
  • SQL Server 2019 set the TPC-H world record - Congrats!

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Last Updated: 2019-11-07

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