SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 is now available
News|by Leanne Bevan|23 November 2016
Microsoft recently announced the availability of SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1 (SP1). This tool will enable users to easily build advanced, scalable applications across SQL Server editions. Users will also be able to build to a common programming surface across all editions when creating or upgrading their intelligent applications.
Benefits include advanced performance, security and data mart capabilities, as well as a consistent platform from on-premises to the cloud with applications of various sizes. The Standard edition provides programming capabilities, security innovations and fast performance mid-tier applications and data marts.
Upgrade to Enterprise edition for more advanced performance and mission-critical workload scalability capabilities, without the need to re-write your application. Users will also be able to take advantage of maximum virtualisation via licensing rights that come along with software assurance.
To find out more about the rest of the capabilities included in SQL Server 2016 Service Pack 1, please visit the blog or call us on +44 (0)1364 654100.
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