Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on SUSE Linux – at PASS Summit 2017
During the keynote at PASS Summit 2017, we saw a live demo benchmarking the new SQL Server 2017 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server powered by HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 hardware running 1.6B lines of query in seconds. This combination can drive awesome new TCO such as 50% reduction in hardware costs, an 85% reduction in rackspace, and reduced licensing costs thanks to open, open source solutions from SUSE.
The data platform of tomorrow is being built today – and the ability to bring industry leading solutions such as SQL Server 2017 to your favorite choice of Linux platform opens up incredible new opportunities. Looking at some of the numbers, there is compelling data to invest in your data platform:
- 10% of organizations are expected to have a highly profitable business unit specifically for productizing and commercializing data by 2020
- $100M in additional operating income – the average gain each year being generated by enterprises who have completed a digital transformation project
- 5,247GB – the approximate amount of data per every man, woman, and child on earth in 2020
So how are you investing in your advanced analytics capabilities?
Today you can get started in minutes by deploying SQL Server on SUSE by using the Azure cloud platform. With SQL Server, you can gain access to the fastest performing database in TPC-E and TPC-H with the security of the least vulnerable database for the last 7 years running. By running SQL Server on SUSE Linux you’ll have real-time intelligence and advanced analytics capabilities at an unmatched TCO on cloud.
Learn more about SQL Server 207 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server at PASS this week or check out our landing page here for a selection of great content.