SQL Server CALs 2017 give access to Microsoft's software solution meant for relational database management. First launched back in 1989, the 2017 version of the program is more powerful than ever. Users who purchase one of the 2017 SQL Server CALs will be able to use the software on their terms. This includes things like scalability as well as platform choice.
Buying one of the SQL Server CALs 2017: Key facts
- Also runs under Linux
- Free choice of programming language
- Manageable via the cloud
- Raw data can also be played out via mobile devices
- Automatic tuning
- Data loss protection
- Freely scalable
SQL Server CALs 2017: focus on freedom of choice
Users who purchase one of the SQL Server CALs 2017 are expected to have significantly more options than before. Freedom of choice is at the heart of this version of Microsoft's software solution. This applies to the platform, for example: Linux is finally supported in addition to Windows. SQL Server 2017 also allows you to freely choose the programming language. Apps developed accordingly can also run in Docker containers.
The type of management is also freer than ever before. SQL Server can now also be managed via the cloud and thus changed remotely. A pleasant side effect is that the database software was already extremely immune to errors, failures and unauthorized access. Backups can be created via the cloud. This makes the software solution even more secure.
High-performance software thanks to smart tools
Users who purchase one of the SQL Server CALs 2017 get access to a whole range of smart tools. For example, automatic tuning is on board. This ensures that the software always runs as efficiently as possible. ResumableOnline Index Rebuilds automatically reconstructs lost records, protecting the relevant information. It also comes with a number of tools for graphing and analyzing data. Users thus get all the tools to work professionally even with large data sets.
SQL Server CALs 2017: Explanation of the licenses
CAL stands for "Client Access License" or client access permission. Clients can be users or devices. If they are users, a "User" is noted in the license description. Accordingly, a license is bound to a user. If it is a device license, the note "Device" is to be read. The license is then bound to a specific machine. We offer CALs for only one user or a single device or several.