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Ganapathi Varma is an MCP Lead Database Administrator and Blogger. He works as Lead SQL Server DBA for CtrlS Datacenters pvt ltd, Asia's only Tier 4 datacenter. He is responsible for managing thousands of SQL instances providing database managed services, High Availability and Disaster Recovery. Other than SQL Server, he is also expertised in different datacenter technologies. He is the owner of MSSQLLover blog and he is fully dedicated to the SQL Server community. You can also visit the mssqllover fb page for more SQL blogs and follow FB group: SQLHyderabad.

Archives: December 2015

SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn Availablility Enhancements


In this Article I have listed out SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn Availability Enhancements.
SQL Server 2016 [CTP 3.2] SQL Server 2016 CTP Standard Edition now supports AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups.
AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups replaces the deprecated Database Mirroring feature for SQL Server 2016 Standard Edition. 
AlwaysOn Basic Availability Groups provide a…

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Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 24 December 2015

What's New in SQL Server 2016, Community Technology Preview 3 (CTP 3.1)

What's New in SQL Server 2016


Benefits of SQL Server 2016:

  • Enhanced in-memory performance provides up to 30x faster transactions, more than 100x faster queries than disk-based relational databases and real-time operational analytics.
  • New Always Encrypted technology helps protect your data at rest and in motion, on-premises and in the…

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Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 7 December 2015

Announcing SQL Server Management Studio - November 2015 Release



For Summary On Improvements In the Latest Release
Please go through the below link.

Summary On Improvements In SSMS Nov 2015


To Download SSMS November 2015 Preview

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Posted in Ganapathi's MSSQLLover on 1 December 2015