I know that there are a lot of companies out there running older releases of SQL Server. Just as a reminder, Microsoft support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 will end on July 9th 2019. While there’s no doubt that the release is stable that will also mean the end of software updates which can create a potential security exposure. If you’re still running those versions you may want to plan on a upgrade for this year.
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