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SQL Server “Denali”

SQL Server “Denali” is the code name for the next version of SQL Server.  The CTP1 of Denali was released on Nov 8, 2010, and you can download here.  The next CTP will be available this summer.

I will have future posts that will cover the following major new items in Denali: the new SSAS features, the new SQL Server Developer Tools, codename ‘Juneau”, and the new reporting tool called Project Crescent.  In the meantime, here are the best resources I have found that describe the new features:

What’s New (Microsoft help)

Top 9 New Features of SQL Server “Denali”

Dattatrey Sindol’s blog on the new features

Jacob Sebastian’s list of new features

What’s new in Denali CTP1. And what isn’t in CTP1


Pinal Dave’s Inside of Next Generation SQL Server – Denali

Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” AlwaysOn Series,Part 1: Introducing the Next Generation High Availability Solution

The T-SQL Cookbook: What’s Cool in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and New in SQL Server Code-Named “Denali”

What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” for SQL Server Analysis Services and PowerPivot

What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” for Reporting Services

What’s New in Manageability for Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali”

Performance Tuning and Optimization in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server Code-Named “Denali”

What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” for SQL Server Integration Services

Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named “Denali” AlwaysOn Series,Part 2: Building a Mission-Critical High Availability Solution Using AlwaysOn

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James is a big data and data warehousing technology specialist at Microsoft. He is a thought leader in the use and application of Big Data technologies, including MPP solutions involving hybrid technologies of relational data, Hadoop, and private and public cloud. Previously he was an independent consultant working as a Data Warehouse/Business Intelligence architect and developer. He is a prior SQL Server MVP with over 30 years of IT experience. James is a popular blogger (JamesSerra.com) and speaker, having presented at dozens of PASS events including the PASS Business Analytics conference and the PASS Summit. He is the author of the book “Reporting with Microsoft SQL Server 2012”. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.


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