Microsoft has released another cloud-based development tool with the general availability of Windows Azure SQL Reporting.
The service, formerly known as SQL Azure Reporting Services, is being offered for free until Aug. 1. It was part of Microsoft’s Spring Azure update, which included a host of new capabilities.
Microsoft is positioning SQL Reporting as part of its business analytics suite of products, which also includes Hadoop for big data, the Windows Azure Marketplace and Windows Azure Virtual Machines. SQL Reporting allows developers to create tables, charts, maps, gauges and other data visualizations in public or private clouds, or both.
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