What version(s) of SQL Server are you running? (Select all applicable)

Following the release of SQL Server 2014 in April, we're wondering what version(s) of SQL Server our readers are running. Please take our quick poll and let us know. You may select multiple versions.

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on Jul 21, 2015

Working in healthcare has it's down side, like very slow adoption of newer technologies. I'd guess 80% of our databases are SQL 2008R2 with most of the remaining 20% being just SQL 2008, followed by 2012, 2005 and finally (gasp) 2000. We should be off of 2000 & 2005 (maybe even 2008) by the end of the year.

on Feb 5, 2015

We have two production dbs left in 2000. One is going through final testing to SQL2012. The other the app is being sunsetted and will be killed off by Summer. We have initiatives to upgrade most of our 2005 by next Spring. I just upgraded 4 SQL2008 to 2012 as well. The bulk of what we have is in 2008R2 and will be for quite some time.

on Aug 14, 2014

Initiatives are to get off of 2000. Not ready for 2014 and only now rolling out 2012

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