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  1. SQL Server Editions Overview | Microsoft

    www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/sql-server-editions

    SQL Server offers the right editions to meet your needs, including Enterprise, Business Intelligence and Standard. Learn more.

  2. Explore SQL Server 2012-2014 | Microsoft

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    With breakthrough performance delivered by a hybrid data platform, SQL Server 2014 enables customers to build mission-critical applications and Big Data solutions.

  3. Use Extended Events to Get More Information About failed ...

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    SQL Server is great about auditing failed logins and recording ... Use Extended Events to Get More Information About failed SQL Server Login Attempts. By: Aaron ...

  4. Learn Sql Server | Sql Server Learning

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    In this site you will learn sql server with example and descriptive form Like order by in sql server,group by in sql server with practical example.

  5. Features Supported by the Editions of SQL Server 2014

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    This topic provides details of features supported by the different editions of SQL Server 2014.

  6. Hardware and Software Requirements for Installing SQL ...

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    The following sections list the minimum hardware and software requirements to install and run SQL Server 2014. For more information about requirements for Analysis ...

  7. Microsoft SQL Server - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. As a database, it is a software product whose primary function is ...

  8. On Comparing Tables in SQL Server - Simple Talk

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    How do you compare two SQL tables? Every SQL Developer or DBA knows the answer, which is 'it depends'. It is not just the size of the table or the type of data in it ...