SSMS 17.7 Released

Alan Yu announces SQL Server Management Studio 17.7:

In addition to enhancements and bug fixes, SSMS 17.7 comes with several exciting new features:

  • Support package scheduling in Azure-SSIS integration runtime.

  • Support for SSIS package scheduling in SQL Agent on SQL Managed instance. It is now possible to create SQL Agent jobs to execute SSIS packages on the managed instance.

  • Replication monitor now supports registering a listener for scenarios where publisher database and/or distributor database is part of Availability Group. So with this release of SSMS, you can monitor replication environments where publisher database and/or distribution database is part of Always On.

There are also several bugfixes that they call out.

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