Michael Otey Dives into SQL Server 2008 R2’s Enterprise Features

Although SQL Server 2008 R2 wasn’t considered to be a major release, it included several big new features such as support for 64 processors and 256 cores, multiserver management, improved data consistency with Master Data Services, and, of course, self-service business intelligence (BI) with PowerPivot for Excel and PowerPivot for SharePoint. Sometimes it’s hard to get your head around what these features could mean for your environment and that’s where a step-by-step walkthrough can be beneficial.

SQL Server expert Michael Otey dives into SQL Server 2008 R2’s enterprise data access features and how you can use them to effectively manage your environment in the video “SQL Server 2008 R2: Enterprise Data Access for Mission-Critical Applications.” Check out this excellent video and the following SQL Server Magazine articles to get an idea of how SQL Server 2008 R2’s enterprise features could make your job easier.

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