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Microsoft Systems Center 2012 SQL Server Requirements - Choosing Between SQL 2008R2 And SQL 2012


Microsoft Systems Center 2012 SQL Server Requirements - Choosing Between SQL 2008R2 And SQL 2012

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While MSSC (Microsoft Systems Center) 2012 supports the use of either SQL 2008 R2 or SQL 2012 there’s no info at the SYSTEM CENTER 2012 website (that I can find) that details the pros/cons of each version of SQL Server, pointing out why you would select one version over the other and/or what to consider based on what version of SQL you go with.

My company is implementing SC 2012 and I have been asked to decide between SQL 2008R2 and SQL 2012 and I'd like to find out if there are pro/cons to one or the other as they relate specifically to Systems Center 2012.

Any System Center 2012 users out there with some thoughts/input/references on deciding on which version of SQL Server to go with for SC2012? There are clearly outlined differences between SQL 208R2 and SQL 2012 in general but what I’m looking for is anything that is specific to SQL Server for use by System Center 2012.

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