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We are happy to announce that the SQL Server 2008 web site has been updated with more quality product information. The refreshed web site includes new pages that better explain what SQL Server can do for you while providing better integration with technical articles and resources located on MSDN, TechNet and SQLCAT web sites.
For example, to provide an idea of the scope of this update, here is the Before and After of the "Performance and Scale" web page:
We invite everyone to visit the updated SQL Server 2008 web site and let us know what you think: Are you getting the information you need about SQL Server 2008? What information would you like to see? Feel free to post feedback directly on this blog.
Updated pages SQL Server 2008 home page
Technologies Analysis Services Data Mining High Availability Integration Services Manageability Performance and Scale Programmability ADO.NET Data Services ADO.NET Entity Framework LINQ Native Data Access Sync Framework Project code name "Velocity" Reporting Services Report Builder 2.0 Security Spatial Data
Solutions Application Development Business Intelligence Compliance Data Warehousing Project code name "Madison" OLTP Server Consolidation Solutions for the Web Virtualization Migration Upgrade Spotlight on Cost
Editions Enterprise edition Web edition Express edition Compact edition Editions Comparison
Overview What's New in SQL Server 2008
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