Is there a limit to the size or number of databases Microsoft SQL server you can create?

The only limitation for Microsoft SQL server databases is the space, you can create unlimited numbers of databases and users.

There is no bandwidth limit on SQL as all traffic is typically internal to our servers. We do not allow permanent external connections to the databases only management tools such as SQL management studio.

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