Wednesday 23 August 2017

You can now deploy SQL Server on the Amazon Web Service Cloud

Amazon Web Service announced an update on SQL Server Quick Start launched to support SQL version 2016. Amazon Quick Start is integrated with a high availability solution. It is created with Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server working on Amazon EC2 by using the Always on Availability Groups feature of SQL Server Enterprise Edition. Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) can be set up with Quick Start to improvise the high availability and disaster recovery features in the Amazon Web Service Cloud. With this new update, a lot of features has been added such as SQL Server 2016 and license-included Amazon Machine Image (AMI) provisioned by Amazon, New R4 instance types, Customizable EBS volume types and adjustable IOPS for io1 and much more. Amazon Web Service CloudFormation templates can be utilized that consist with the Quick Start to set up SQL Server into an existing or new AWS infrastructure.

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