Earlier this month, Microsoft announced the general availability of SQL Server 2016 for Windows and Windows Server. You can get started today with SQL Server 2016 Developer Edition, which is free and has all the features and capabilities of Enterprise Edition (Dev/Test only; not for production environments or use with production data).
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