SQL Server 2017 GA Date

Steve Jones reports:

Announced today at Microsoft Ignite, the general availability date is Oct 2, for Windows, Linux, and Docker. Time to get ready to upgrade.

Exciting times.  There are a few big features in 2017 if you want to run Linux or have columnstore indexes.

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