The Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system that is used for a variety of transaction processing, as well as for all possible databases!
Simply put, it is a database that works and is supported across platforms. SQL Server is one of the three market leading database technologies, among which is the well-known Oracle Database and IBM DB2. It is really great that SQL Server is offered in different editions with different functions and price categories in order to meet a multitude of user requirements and to cover the entire market!
Who needs the SQL server?
For example, large companies with complex data requirements, data goods management services, and web-enabled databases. The more extensive all functions of SQL Server, the more expensive is its license price!
Difference between MySQL and SQL Server?
The SQL Server is less attractive in terms of costs than MySQL. Microsoft requires that you purchase licenses to run multiple databases on SQL Server. In contrast to MS SQL, MySQL is the GNU General Public License, which means that it can be used completely free of charge. However, keep in mind that costs are incurred if you need support for MySQL, it is clear, because you need specialists who have to pay for your MySQL knowledge and services.
The SQL Server!
The SQL Server is also known as Microsoft SQL Server, is also older than MySQL. SQL Server are more entry-level database platforms and great business software. SQL Server will be happy to use the NET development language as opposed to PHP, Perl, etc. ... which will be used with MySQL.
FAQ 116: Updated on: 28 June 2020 17:14