.NET Core, SQL Server
NET Core is a cross-platform application framework that can be run on Linux, Mac and Windows on-premises servers or in the cloud. It’s actually a full re-write of Microsoft’s earlier .NET Framework, with an emphasis on performance, testability and compatibility.
Web APIs, libraries and desktop applications can all be developed using the C# language. This modern, object-oriented language is still being actively developed and improved by Microsoft and the open-source community, with version 8 having just been released in 2019.
SQL Server is a highly secure, enterprise-grade relational database management system. It’s dependable as it’s remained one of the most popular data persistence options for decades. A relational database maintains data accuracy using atomic transactions, which ensures that each data change is reliably processed. Plus, the fairly recent addition of JSON support to SQL Server allows for a hybrid relational and document-based approach. So, you get the best of both worlds.