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Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core)

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Companies buying SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) are well-placed to master our times' challenges in the critical areas of Cloud Connecting, Big Data and Machi...ne Learning. Building on the popular previous version's architecture, Microsoft has worked on numerous details and integrated new pinpointed functions for even better flexibility and performance. A data bank management system tailored to small and medium-sized companies' needs, also has new connectors, conveniently enabling users to query other data banks such as MongoDB, TeraData and Oracle, and permitting access to several generic ODBC data sources.

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Product Information

Language:Multilanguage
Users Supported:Unlimited
Dispatch:by E-mail
Manufacturer Part Number:7NQ-01564
Term:Indefinite
Installations Supported:Unlimited
Year:2019
Supported Devices:Unlimited
Brand:Microsoft

System requirements

PlatformWindows
Processorx64 1.4 GHz CPU (minimum), x64 CPU 2.0 GHz or faster (recommended)
Hard diska minimum of 6 GB of available hard-disk space
Memory1 GB (minimum), 4 GB (recommended)
Supported Operating SystemWindows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4, SUSE Enterprise Linux Server v12 SP2, Ubuntu 16.04LTS, Docker Engine 1.8+

Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core)

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Companies buying SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) are well-placed to master our times' challenges in the critical areas of Cloud Connecting, Big Data and Machine Learning. Building on the popular previous version's architecture, Microsoft has worked on numerous details and integrated new pinpointed functions for even better flexibility and performance. A data bank management system tailored to small and medium-sized companies' needs, also has new connectors, conveniently enabling users to query other data banks such as MongoDB, TeraData and Oracle, and permitting access to several generic ODBC data sources.

Ready for Big Data and the Cloud

Working with increasingly large amounts of data is already quite a challenge and is set to increase further. Thanks to the integration of the "Apache Spark" Big Data framework and the "Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)", companies investing in Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Standard will be optimally equipped to deal with extensive Big Data workloads.

Besides, the container orchestration software Kubernetes makes it possible to carry out workloads flexibly. This works in SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) and also locally via Public Clouds. The current version of the SQL server is made even more attractive with Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), PolyBase memory technology, and an expanded support function for Cloudera and Hortonworks-Hadoop clusters, as well as the expanded Azure memory support function.

Key innovations to SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) at a glance

  • Updated memory engine and PolyBase technology.
  • Integration of both performant Big Data Frameworks Hadoop Distribute Film Systems (HDFS).
  • Java code can be used in the new version.
  • Use of R Code and Python Code for integrated Machine Learning Services.
  • Highly scalable services, which, thanks to Azure SQL DB Hyper Scale, are designed for workloads including up to 100 terabytes per data bank.
  • Rectification of previously existing analysis barriers through new connectors for linking with data banks such as Oracle, TeraData and MongoDB.
  • Sensitive data are protected with the "Always Encrypted" and "Secure Enclaves" service.
  • In contrast to previous versions, the SQL Server 2019 Standard version is characterised by expanding replicas from three to five in parallel operation as part of the high availability group system.
  • Complex ETL processes (load, transform, extract) have been done away with, thanks to comprehensive data virtualisation.

How SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) licensing works

Companies wishing to purchase SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core) will benefit from flexible Core-based licensing. Since the number of users and devices doesn't affect operations, companies do not need Client Access Licenses (CALs) to operate SQL Server 2019 Standard (2 Core). If a system has Core licencing, many devices or users have access to the corresponding SQL server.

Microsoft has set the licensing minimum at four licensed Cores. The number of required Core licences, therefore, depends on how many Cores the server has. Therefore, variably deployable Core suites are suitable for initial server licensing and for subsequent licensing of additional Cores after hardware upgrades. Core licences can generally be deferred after 90 days have expired. If the system has a hardware defect, the licence can also be transferred within this period.

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