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{BYOL} SQL Server 2017 Enterprise Windows Server 2016

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{BYOL} SQL Server 2017 Enterprise Windows Server 2016

Microsoft

This image contains the Enterprise edition of SQL Server 2017 to be used for License Mobility for Software Assurance (Bring Your Own License - BYOL). A SQL Server licensing cost will not be charged for this image. You must acknowledge that you have a valid SQL Server Enterprise license and provide the necessary BYOL information to Microsoft within 10 days. SQL Server 2017 represents a major step towards making SQL Server a platform that gives you choices of development languages, data types, on-premises or cloud, and operating systems by bringing the power of SQL Server to Linux, Linux-based Docker containers, and Windows. It provides comprehensive capabilities for mission-critical transactional processing, data warehousing, and real-time business intelligence. It includes the database engine with support for In-Memory transactional processing and analytics, automatic database tuning and new graph capabilities for modeling many-to-many relationships. This edition also includes Always On for +99.99% high availability and read scale-out capabilities. Various layers of protection, including innovative features like Always Encrypted and Row-Level Security for the highest data protection. SQL Server Machine Learning Services for integrated advanced analytics with Python and R language support. Includes Integration Services for moving and transforming data, Analysis Services for data mining, Reporting Services for web and mobile reports, and Master Data Services for data modeling. We recommend that you use a virtual machine size of DS13 or higher.

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