Microsoft's SQL Server is headed for Linux in 2017. What does this mean for Linux and Windows users alike?
Microsoft will make its SQL Server available for Linux by mid-2017, according to Scott Guthrie, the company's executive vice-president for its Cloud and Enterprise Group.
Continuing the move away from its 'box shifter' past, Dell is reinforcing its big data message with the release of a major update for the Statistica analytics software and the announcement of addtional Analytics-as-a-Service.
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