Microsoft SQL Sever 2017
Run SQL Server on Your Favorite Platform
It’s all about choice with SQL 2017. Now you can get SQL Server 2017's industry-leading performance and security on Windows, Linux, and Docker containers.
Your Choice of Language and Platforms
Build modern applications using the language of your choice, on-premises, and in the cloud—now on Windows, Linux, and Docker containers.
Take advantage of breakthrough scalability, performance, and availability for mission-critical, intelligent applications and data warehouses.
Least Vulnerable Database
Protect data at rest and in motion with the least vulnerable database over the last seven years in the NIST vulnerabilities database.*
Gain transformative insights for your business with real-time analytics at up to 1 million predictions per second.
End-to-End Mobile BI
Turn raw data into meaningful reports that can be delivered to any device—at one-fourth the cost of other self-service solutions.
SQL Server vNext BI Enhancements
In this video, Christian Wade, Senior Program Manager for Analysis Services at Microsoft, discusses the new Analysis Services features in SQL Server 2017. He covers Power Query connectivity, modeling enhancements such as Detail Rows allowing users to easily see transactional records, and improved support for ragged hierarchies.
Additional Microsoft SQL Resources
Learn All You Need to Know About SQL 2017
To compare the different editions, get an understanding of available licensing models, and learn all the benefits of SQL server 2017 with software assurance, download this datasheet today.
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*According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, SQL Server has had the fewest security vulnerabilities over the past seven years when compared with other major database vendors.