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Nov 17, 2021

A first look at SQL Server 2022—the latest Azure-enabled database and data integration innovations. See what it means for your hybrid workloads, including first-time bi-directional high availability and disaster recovery between Azure SQL Managed Instance and SQL Server, Azure Synapse Link integration with SQL for ETL free near real-time reporting and analytics over your operational data, and new next-generation built-in query intelligence with parameter sensitive plan optimization. Bob Ward, SQL engineering leader, joins Jeremy Chapman to share the focus on this round of updates.

► QUICK LINKS:

00:00 - Introduction
00:38 - Overview of updates
02:19 - Disaster recovery
04:26 - Failover and restore example
06:16 - Azure Synapse integration
09:04 - Built-in query intelligence
10:19 - See it in action
12:52 - Wrap up

► Link References:

Learn more about SQL Server 2022 at https://aka.ms/SQLServer2022
Apply to join our private preview, and try it out at https://aka.ms/EAPSignUp

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