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We Have a Date

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SQL Server 2016.. it was nice knowing you but you are already obsolete, I only had time to implement one install of you. Just yesterday one of our software vendors JUST certified their latest version of software on... get ready for it.. SQL Server 2014 !!!!!
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SQL 2016 isn't obsolete by any standard, neither is 2014. Both have been superseded, but are fine products if they meet the needs for your application.

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Great to see that SQL 2017 has a date. Would love to know when SP4 for 2012 is due though. That was due this month but no sign as yet.


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Woohoo. And just a few weeks after we have finally migrated the last of our production databases off of 2005. Sadly we only upgraded to 2014 but hey at least our production databases are at least using a currently supported version. Crazy

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Thom A - Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:51 AM
Great to see that SQL 2017 has a date. Would love to know when SP4 for 2012 is due though. That was due this month but no sign as yet.


Word is "soon". Not sure what that means.

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Sean Lange - Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:57 AM
Woohoo. And just a few weeks after we have finally migrated the last of our production databases off of 2005. Sadly we only upgraded to 2014 but hey at least our production databases are at least using a currently supported version. Crazy


You're ahead of me here. We're still on 2008. Hopefully that changes in the next six months.

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Steve Jones - SSC Editor - Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:59 AM
Thom A - Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:51 AM
Great to see that SQL 2017 has a date. Would love to know when SP4 for 2012 is due though. That was due this month but no sign as yet.


Word is "soon". Not sure what that means.


Ha. It was "soon" back in June/July. Smile


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Sean Lange - Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:57 AM
Woohoo. And just a few weeks after we have finally migrated the last of our production databases off of 2005. Sadly we only upgraded to 2014 but hey at least our production databases are at least using a currently supported version. Crazy

Don't feel too bad, I'm *almost* done getting all my servers off 2008R2 to 2014.
I had someone ask me yesterday when we'd be going to 2017, my answer was "only when someone comes to me and says there's this really neat new feature in 2017 that we just HAVE to have!"
Then it'll probably still be 6-9 months just to get the server stood up and installed, another several months (or more) to get SSMS17 approved for use on our network, plus a couple months for the desktop people to figure out how to install it, get that approved and tested...

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Not sure if the Graph database is worth it, sounds like the implementation as some limitations. Of course Paul Nielsen may be biased considering what he and his company www.tejontech.com has developed.

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