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Microsoft Announces SQL Server Data Services (SSDS)!

Cool things are coming out of Mix08!

There's even something there for we database people: SQL Server Data Services.

From Neil Hutson's blog:

SSDS you can think of as a structured data store in the cloud(building block service), which is accessed using Internet protocols using a basic data manipulation language. SSDS is for developers and businesses that need scalable, easily programmable, and cost-effective data storage with robust database query capabilities. Pretty cool.

:{> Andy

Published Wednesday, March 05, 2008 3:08 PM by andyleonard

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Tod McKenna said:

I wasn't at MIX08, but from what I've been reading, I agree with Jamie. This sounds pretty exciting. I have a ton of questions and concerns about SSDS, but for now...

March 8, 2008 11:14 AM

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