After the availability of SQL Server 2019 and Windows Server 2019, I decided to play around with that in my lab. Microsoft, owing to the new demands and other technological advancements in the software industry, has released the upgraded version of SQL Server 2017, which is the SQL server 2019. This was announced and introduced in the Ignite 2018 event, on September 24th. However, this was just a preview edition. A more technically advanced and detail picture of SQL Server 2019, was submitted only in the PASS Summit, which happened later in November, in the same year. The newer version…
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