Microsoft has introduced upgrades to its SQL and SNA range of products.
SQL Server 6.5 Enterprise Edition starts at #5,250 for 25 user licences, while SNA Server 4.0 Enterprise Edition costs #849, a price which includes five user licences.
Version 6.5 of SQL Server comes with support for 8-way symmetrical multiprocessing systems and will also run two databases at once.
The upgrade to SNA Server now includes a facility to record DB2 transactions, while it will now also let IMS and CICs transactions work on the MS Transaction Server.
Microsoft said there is also a 90-day evaluation version of the SNA product available from its Web site.
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