SQL Server 2022 Is Here!

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Microsoft has delivered the news that SQL Server 2022 is now generally available. How can I get started with the latest version of SQL Server?


Rohan Kumar of Microsoft has announced the release of SQL Server 2022 at the PASS Community Summit.  Check out the official release.

On MSSQLTips.com, our team has been sharing knowledge on SQL Server 2022 and will continue to do so as the product is pushed into production environments. Stay tuned for more valuable tips from our team!

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Congratulations to Microsoft and the entire SQL Server team for bringing SQL Server 2022 to the community. I am personally looking forward to seeing the cloud-connected features for on-premises and cloud deployments. I am interested to see how these new features enable DBAs to improve performance, uptime, and provide our users with a platform for insightful analytics. I also think there are a ton of opportunities for Developers and Business Intelligence Professionals with new T-SQL commands, data governance, and more.

I am looking forward to seeing how the MSSQLTips.com team is going to capitalize on the new SQL Server 2022 features and encourage them to bring innovative solutions to the community!

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Article Last Updated: 2022-11-17

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