Find out the build number of each SQL Server 2017 build as it is released, discover where to download, and how to get details on new fixes and features.
See updated downloads, security fixes, release notes, and observed changes for builds of SQL Server 2016.
Find information about the builds of SQL Server Management Studio in the new release cycle approach; locate previous versions.
SQL Server 2014 is now at Service Pack 3, with plenty of enhancements back-ported from recent SQL Server 2016, 2017, and 2019 updates.
Glenn Berry provides some details about how compatibility levels and the cardinality estimator have changed over the years, and why modern versions of SQL Server continue to be the better option.
Glenn Berry talks about the blazing speeds of the latest Intel Optane gear from Intel, and how they can improve your SQL Server workloads.
Jonathan Kehayias shows why it can be beneficial to use the RETURNS NULL ON NULL INPUT option for scalar UDFs.
Aaron Bertrand provides his deck and demos for a GroupBy presentation on SQL Server 2019, and makes up for some serious demo disasters.
In his inaugural SentryOne Community Omnibus post, Kevin Kline shares the latest SentryOne webinars, resources, blogs, and press releases.
Paul White dives into histograms and explains how the optimizer uses coarse alignment for cardinality estimates.
Kevin Kline shares highlights from the PASS Summit 2018 keynote with Raghu Ramakrishnan.
Kevin Kline shares highlights from Rohan Kumar's PASS Summit 2018 keynote, "SQL Server and Azure Data Services: Harness the future with the ultimate hybrid platform for data and AI."
The newly released SentryOne 18.5 includes the first feature set to utilize advanced analytics and machine learning technology—introducing SentryOne Storage Forecasting. SentryOne Director of Analytics Steve Wright shares how you can access and customize storage capacity forecasts in SentryOne.
Learn about this HUGE opportunity to influence the Microsoft Data Platform products and services you use daily while attending the PASS Summit!
Tim Radney talks about some of the things you can do to prepare for the end of extended support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2.