Posted December 08, 2018 12:03:33In the past, Microsoft has allowed its developers to build applications using SQL Server, but only with the Azure platform.
In 2016, Microsoft announced that it would make it easier to install SQL Server on Windows, but it was too late to allow developers to start building applications using it on Azure.
In a blog post this week, Microsoft’s senior director of Microsoft Technologies, Chris Lattner, announced that the company will start rolling out SQL Server to all Windows 10 machines in 2020.
He wrote:In a post on the Azure Technologies blog, Lattners stated:I can’t tell you how many times I have asked a Microsoft engineer how they could build a program on Azure that would work on Windows.
It is frustrating, because we know that there is no way to do this in the cloud.
Microsoft has worked with many of the leading companies in the industry to help us achieve this.
Today, we are rolling out a number of ways to install and use SQL Server.
The next time you start a new SQL Server instance, we’ll be adding the ability to install it on your Windows 10 machine as well.
As part of this change, Microsoft will offer the SQL Server Enterprise Service, which enables Azure users to install Windows Azure services on Windows machines.
Microsoft says that Enterprise Service is an extension of Azure’s SQL Server infrastructure.
Microsoft provides the Azure SQL Server service on top of SQL Server and Azure SQL databases and can deploy it on top or as a standalone service.
Microsoft will also start offering SQL Server Express in the Azure Marketplace, an extension to SQL Server that lets customers create SQL Server databases on their Windows Azure subscription.
The SQL Server Marketplace will also allow users to manage and manage SQL Server instances from a central location.
Microsoft also plans to make it easy for organizations to deploy SQL Server services to Azure, allowing users to deploy and manage services on Azure instances.
To learn more about Microsoft’s plans for Windows 10, check out the company’s blog post.