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SQL Server to Linux: What Else Does Microsoft Have In Store?

Arraya Insights| March 15, 2016

Heads up: Microsoft’s SQL Server is coming to Linux! That’s the most eye-catching item contained in a recent blog post by Microsoft highlighting the changes coming to SQL Server in the months ahead. When viewed as a whole, these announcements seem indicative of the more powerful, smarter, and more available future Microsoft envisions for SQL […]

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What You Need to Know About the New Microsoft/Red Hat Deal

Arraya Insights| November 10, 2015

Put the rumors to bed because last week it finally became official: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is coming to Azure. Microsoft and Red Hat, a pair of former rivals, reached a long-buzzed about agreement to make RHEL, Red Hat’s enterprise distribution of Linux, available on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform. This move is being viewed […]

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Microsoft Ignite 2015 Recap

Arraya Insights| May 20, 2015

Microsoft’s Ignite Conference, which took place May 4-8 in Chicago, had a whopping 23,000 attendees. Over the course of the week, there were over 130 Hands-on Labs and close to 1,000 different sessions. Needless to say, there was a ton of content to review, so many of the sessions have now been published to Microsoft’s […]

Bigger than Heartbleed? Shellshock Bug Puts UNIX Systems at Risk

Arraya Insights| September 30, 2014

Is it time for Heartbleed to step aside? There’s a new bug in town and it’s monopolized the tech world’s focus as of late. But is it all it’s cracked up to be? Shellshock has been making headlines, some of which have touted it as being bigger and badder than the Heartbleed flaw that came […]

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