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With CU5, Microsoft has focused on key capabilities to the SQL Server, along with Big Data Clusters. One of the main improvements is deployment for BDC on the Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes platform.
The Java language extension for SQL Server 2019 is now available on GitHub. This, along with a Framework API provides users with the ability to understand how to build additional language extensions.
The latest version has reached general availability a few months after the release of v18.4. It brings a bunch of new features and general bug fixes, along with more specific improvements.
Over a month after SQL Server 2019 became generally available, Microsoft has now shined light on some more aspects of the improved machine learning capabilities offered with this release.
At its annual Ignite event, Microsoft showcased a wide range of cloud, productivity, and security announcements, everything from Office to Azure, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
SQL Server Management Studio version 18.4 offers full support for SQL Server 2019. Additionally, sqlpackage v18.4 has also been released, with the major upgrade being cross-platform support.
Microsoft is readying SQL Server 2019 for release, with enhancements to help users combine structured and unstructured data, leverage data virtualization across a wider range of sources, and more.
Microsoft now allows Software Assurance customers for supported releases of SQL Server to benefit from three disaster recovery benefits, including two new options and one previously available option.
Microsoft has released the September update for Azure Data Studio, bringing SQL Server command line mode in the Query Editor, Notebook improvements, the Query Editor Boost extension, and more.
PySpark development is now fully supported in Visual Studio Code. Through an extension built for the aforementioned purpose, users can run Spark jobs with SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters.
After releasing SQL Server 2019's first release candidate last week, Microsoft has now made the RC1 refresh available. This brings bits for Big Data Clusters, something that was previewed last month.
Microsoft has released the first release candidate for SQL Server Reporting Services. This brings some new features including support for Power BI datasets hosted in premium, and more.
Ignite 2018 took place this week, which translated into quite a few announcements on Microsoft's part. Of course, some gaming and update news is in there too. Be sure to catch up below.
At the day one keynote of Microsoft's Ignite 2018 conference today, the company announced SQL Server 2019, which is available in public preview right now and will be out next year.