SQL Server 2012 goes RTM !

Today on his blog, the SQL Server team just announced that SQL Server 2012 has been released to manufacturing :

“Exciting news! Microsoft announced today that SQL Server 2012 has released to manufacturing. Customers and partners can download an evaluation of the product today and can expect general availability to begin on April 1.”

Exciting news indeed, as it gives us opportunities to explore new ways to deliver “Breakthrough Insights” to everyone.

additionally, you can register now for the virtual launch event (VLE) that will take place online tomorrow on march 7, 2012.

As Platinum Partners for the event, you can find the Avanade and Accenture virtual booth online here !

It’s not available at the moment but it should be accessible after the start of the VLE.

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