Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux offer
Microsoft has heard from you, our customers, that your data estate gets bigger, more complicated, and more diverse every year. You need solutions that work across platforms, whether on-premises or in the cloud, and that meet your data workloads where they are. Embracing this choice, earlier today we announced the general availability of SQL Server 2017 on Linux, Windows, and Docker on October 2, 2017.
Today, Microsoft and Red Hat are delivering on choice by announcing the availability of Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform. As Microsoft’s reference Linux platform for SQL Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux extends the enterprise database and analytics capabilities of SQL Server by delivering it on the industry-leading platform for performance, security features, stability, reliability, and manageability.
Customers will be able to bring the performance and security features of SQL Server to Linux workloads. SQL Server 2017 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux delivers mission-critical OLTP database capabilities and enterprise data warehousing with in-memory technology across workloads. SQL Server 2017 embraces developers by delivering choice in language and platform, with container support that seamlessly facilitates DevOps scenarios. The new release of SQL Server delivers all of this, built-in. And, it runs wherever you want, whether in your datacenter, in Azure virtual machines, or in containers running on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform!
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Via the fine folks at Microsoft.