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Question Project Nami: WordPress for Azure SQL Database/SQL Server

Does anyone have ideas if Nami is worth pursuing?
Please share the good, bad, and ugly.

In a few weeks, I plan to start a WordPress development course. The database of choice is MS SQLServer, Azure might be a good start.
The idea would be to keep MSAccess with Linked Tables for high volume, rule-based entry with rich interface for power users.
Then, WordPress to complement the same SQLServer as a web service.

This is a small example of the 2016 News Release:

Project Nami: WordPress for Azure SQL Database/SQL Server
WordPress is hands down the most popular web application on the Internet. As a blogging and content management system, WordPress is used by more than 23.3% of the top 10-million websites on the Web and has more than 60-million websites in total.

Wouldn’t it be great if WordPress worked against Azure SQL Database?
Project Nami is an open source WordPress deployment built specifically for Azure SQL Database. Designed and optimized to run on Azure SQL Database, Project Nami incorporates the ease of WordPress with the performance and ease of management of Azure SQL Database V12. Building on the popular plug-in model, the Full Text Search plugin for Project Nami enables one to easily improve text searches and enable author searches for your WordPress site.

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