Amazon EC2 now supports Microsoft SQL Server 2012

by George Chetcuti [Published on 10 May 2012 / Last Updated on 10 May 2012]

Amazon AWS Cloud now supports the launch of Microsoft SQL Server on m1.small (1 ECU, 1.7 GB RAM) and m1.medium (2 ECU, 3.75 GB RAM) instance types. Amazon is introducing support for Microsoft SQL Server Web Edition, which brings together affordability, scalability, and manageability in a single offering. SQL Server Web will be supported across all Amazon EC2 instance types, all AWS regions, and on-Demand and Reserved Instance offerings. Finally, as the title of this post suggests, now Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is supported on Amazon EC2.
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Amazon AWS Cloud now supports the launch of Microsoft SQL Server on m1.small (1 ECU, 1.7 GB RAM) and m1.medium (2 ECU, 3.75 GB RAM) instance types. Amazon is introducing support for Microsoft SQL Server Web Edition, which brings together affordability, scalability, and manageability in a single offering. SQL Server Web will be supported across all Amazon EC2 instance types, all AWS regions, and on-Demand and Reserved Instance offerings. Finally, as the title of this post suggests, now Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is supported on Amazon EC2.

Read more here - http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2012/05/updated-microsoft-sql-server-offerings.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AmazonWebServicesBlog+%28Amazon+Web+Services+Blog%29

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