Microsoft SQL Server is relational database software with the primary function of storing and retrieving data as requested by other software applications. Microsoft SQL Server runs either on the same computer or on another computer across a network.
Microsoft SQL Server Pricing:
Standard per core
Standard server + CAL
Contact your hosting partner for pricing
Microsoft SQL Server Review:
Pros: An easy-to-use, capable and robust DB with unique features and good CPU.
Cons: Costly product, and involves a learning curve even though it is easy to use.
Bottomline: Expensive, robust product with unique features and solid support.
Microsoft SQL Server Key information:
Number of Employees
1 (086) 022-5567
1 Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052
Microsoft SQL Server FAQs:
What is Microsoft SQL Server's price range?
Microsoft SQL Server will cost your business between $931.00 and $14,256.00. Microsoft SQL Server offers free versions as well.
Is there a Microsoft SQL Server free trial?
Microsoft offers a 180-day free trial of their SQL Server 2017 on Windows, and they offer free Microsoft SQL Server plans as well.
Where can I find the Microsoft SQL Server login?
Microsoft does not provide login information for their SQL Sever on their website.
What are some Microsoft SQL Server alternatives?
Microsoft SQL Server News & Activity:
News or Activity
November 21, 2018
November 16, 2018
October 3, 2018
September 25, 2018
September 25, 2018
Microsoft SQL Server Reviews:
I realised no matter how good you are with any tool, there is always something new to learn.
Short Comparison of ORACLE 18XE and MS SQL Express 2017: if you only look at the CPU, I would take MS SQL Express 2017.
Microsoft SQL Server is about environment and ease of use. It has come a long way, and while I wouldn't use it for large-scale projects anymore because of cost, it is more than capable of handling the task. SQL Server does have unique features that make it easier to develop with and make it pretty robust too.
MS SQL Server's text search is far superior to PostgreSQL's. Otherwise, not a huge difference.
It does have features that MySQL and Postgres don't have, and it also is missing some features that those have. It's a different product. Enterprises use it because they sign contracts with Microsoft to use all Microsoft products, and then they get support from Microsoft when things go wrong.