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First released for IBM OS/2 in 1989, Microsoft SQL Server has developed over the years into one of the leading relational database management system (RDMS) platforms for the enterprise for the Windows Server platform. The most current version is SQL Server 2012, which is available in Standard, Enterprise, and Business Intelligence editions.
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