About Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft.
The Microsoft SQL Server software is programmed majorly in the two popular languages C, and C++.
As the name makes evident, this database technology is developed and sold by Microsoft,
with different tiers and versions for different needs. It has a free version that allows a very limited amount
of data to be uploaded to the server, and it goes all the way to the enterprise package, with the biggest
amount of privileges. It was launched in April of 1989, and it is considered a relational database
management system (RDBMS). It allows the users to work on “server-mode” when data is readily available
in a server and the users simply call/access it to examine, alter, and use it for the purposes required.