[From Redmond Magazine
Microsoft today previewed the ability to centrally manage applications and resources in the planned upgrade of SQL Server, code-named "Kilimanjaro."
The company introduced the centralized app and system management capability at the annual Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) Conference, being held this week in Seattle. Though PASS is an independent user association, Microsoft typically has a strong presence at its annual conferences because of the large number of SQL Server customers and partners that attend.
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