I'm sure it's lovely but
... I'll stick with Postgres and MariaDB. They install in seconds as the *ahem* "developer edition" and with a little tweaking I get the "Enterprise edition" as well. Installing any edition of MSSQL is a major event and generally takes from at least 10 mins to bloody ages.
R? *meh* - used it for years.
We are also not adverse to spinning up Elasticsearch and MongoDB as needed for other jobs. I'm happy with a diverse ecosystem but prefer to avoid monolithic nonsense like MSSQL or Oracle (int al).
I'm sure there will be a damn good reason why you might specify this thing but it's not for me. In my company we try to avoid burning money and that's an attitude that has stood us in good stead for some time now.