Introducing a new blog post series to highlight new features and enhancements available with SQL Server 2022.
SQL Server 2022, now in public preview, is our most Azure-enabled release yet, with continued innovation across performance, security, and availability.
With connections to Azure Synapse, Microsoft Purview, and Azure SQL Managed Instance, it is a key offering within the Microsoft Intelligent Data Platform, which fully integrates databases, analytics, and governance, enabling organizations to move beyond fragmentation and unlock new capabilities.
In our upcoming SQL Server 2022 blog series, you will learn about new innovation, discover best practices, and gain product insights from the engineering team who built it. Our product team members are lined up to share specifics from their respective areas of expertise.
The series will cover:
- Performance and scalability, including buffer pool parallel scan.
- Security and governance, including SQL Server Ledger and Microsoft Purview.
- Query processing, including Intelligent Query Processing Next Gen.
- Analytics, including Azure Synapse Link.
- T-SQL enhancements,including JSON data support.
- Availability,including the new link feature in Azure SQL Managed Instance.
- Deploymentoptions, including SQL Server on Linux and Containers and SQL Server on Azure Arcenabled servers.
Bookmark the SQL Server 2022 Blogging Series page to follow along and see future blog posts.
- Intelligent Data Platform: read how you can innovate faster and achieve greater agility with the Microsoft Intelligent Data Platform and turn your data into decisions.
- Download: get started today by downloading the preview or deploying in Azure! To install SQL Server 2022 public preview on Linux, see installation guidance.
- Documentation and Training: learn more about the features of SQL Server 2022 by reading the documentation and watching the SQL Server 2022 Data Exposed video series.
- Feedback: let us know if you have any thoughts or feedback through our SQL Server feedback portal. We look forward to seeing how SQL Server 2022 will transform your business in the future.
Source: Microsoft Blog – SQL Server News – Introducing the SQL Server 2022 blog series