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These are some of the features of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Standard, and they are very useful especially if you are only beginning:
Sockets and Cores
The maximum compute capacity of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Standard when being used for a single instance is 16 cores or 4 sockets. It may not be as big as the Enterprise edition, but it still works wonders for the user. This can be an issue if you want something that can provide more cores. But if you only need the same amount, Standard Edition will work out for you. The Reporting Services, Analysis Services, and SQL Server Database Engine are limited to 16 cores or 4 sockets.
Maximum Memory of SQL Server 2012 Standard
The Standard and other editions of SQL Server 2012 do not differ when it comes to its maximum memory utilized for each case of SQL Server Database Engine. Most of the editions have a maximum memory of 64 GB which is very useful for small organizations. It may be small if you are going to compare it to the Enterprise edition.
However, the user will still experience excellent performance when using Standard edition. The 64 GB of maximum memory utilized also works the same way for Reporting Services and Analysis Services.
Standard and Enterprise Main Similarity
If there is one thing that the Standard and Enterprise edition share, it would be its maximum database size. Both of them have the capability of 524 PB when it comes to the size of its maximum relational database.
The Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Standard also has some system requirements that need to be followed for its functionality.
These components of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Standard are the reason why it fits small organizations who wants to save money while making sure that their business is growing.
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