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“As early adopters of SQL Server 2019, we are really pleased with the performance and results we achieved from using the new SQL Server features. The intelligent query processing feature has increased the speed and processing power of our business.”

 

Edilson Andrade de Albuquerque, Manager of Database Team, Itaú-Unibanco

"Our customers trust us to protect not only their property but also their private information. With the Secure Enclaves enhancement of Always Encrypted in SQL Server 2019, we can now enforce highly restricted, client-application-based access to our customers’ most sensitive data without inhibiting our real-world data handling and analysis requirements.”

 

Victoria Silversmith, Technical Design Authority – Data, Hiscox

“With SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters, we can solve for on-demand big data experiments. We can analyse cancer research data coming from dozens of different data sources, mine interesting graph features and carry out analysis at scale.”

 

Pieter Derdeyn, Knowledge Engineer, Systems Imagination

“We consolidated several businesses under a single ERP platform – this time with SQL Server 2019. Despite a 400% increase in processed documents over the past five years, we’re on top of that growth. We get a lot from SQL Server – reliability, scalability, integration and agility."

 

Ilya Tambovtsev, CIO Senior IT Operation Eastern Europe Director, Baltika Breweries, part of the Carlsberg Group

“With SQL Server 2019 Big Data Clusters, we are able to analyse our relational data in the unified data platform, leveraging Spark, HDFS and enhanced machine learning capabilities, all while remaining compliant. Our analysts and expert users can continue to interact with the core data using the tools and languages they are comfortable with.”

George Bayliffe, Head of Data, Dr. Foster

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