Plan Explorer Supports SSMS 2016

SQL Sentry Plan Explorer is now compatible with SQL Server 2016:

We’ve been busy modifying SQL Sentry Plan Explorer so it will work seamlessly with the changed add-in model in the new Management Studio. (As a bit of background, SSMS is now based on the Visual Studio 2015 shell, and some work is required to transition existing add-ins.)

I am happy to announce that, as of today, Plan Explorer 2.8 (build 10.1.94), with add-in support for SSMS 2016, is now available!

Huzzah.  That’s two plug-ins down and two more to go before I’m 100% ready for SSMS 2016.

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