SQL Server Life Cycle

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The latest version of SQL Server shipped in June 2016. SQL Server 2016 delivers improvements for security, performance, change tracking, and other tasks. Future SQL Server releases will probably continue to alternate between releases focused on high availability and the core database engine and releases focused on other features, such as business intelligence, with gaps of two years in between.

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