Microsoft Wednesday added SQL Server Data Services to its freshly introduced lineup of online infrastructure services for corporate users and said it is registering users now for the beta.
Ray Ozzie, Microsoft's chief software architect, disclosed the new service during his keynote address at the company's annual Mix conference in Las Vegas. He said SQL Server would be used to create a database in the cloud to support all types of applications.
"This highly scalable database service will bring the benefits of SQL Server for developers into the cloud," said Ozzie.
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