Tuesday, July 30, 2013

SQL Server 2014 Standard Edition Sucks, and It’s All Your Fault (brentozar.com)

Every release lately, Microsoft has been turning the screws on Standard Edition users. We get less CPU power, less memory, and few (if any) new features.

According to Microsoft, if you want to use more than $500 worth of memory in your server, you have to step up to Enterprise Edition. Seriously? Standard Edition licensing costs about $2,000 per CPU core, but it can only access 64GB of memory? That’s ridiculous.


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