When does my SQL Server support end?


Did you know that mainstream support for SQL 2000 ended in April of 2008? Here is a list of the SQL versions and the relevant release and support end dates:

SQL Server Version Release Date End of Mainstream Support End of Extended Support Link
SQL 7 Mar 01 1999 Dec 31 2005 Jan 11 2011 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2000 Nov 30 2000 Apr 8 2008 Apr 9 2013 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2005 Jan 14 2006 Apr 12 2011 Apr 12 2016 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2008 Nov 6 2008 Jan 14 2014 Jul 9 2019 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2008 R2 Jul 20 2010 Jan 14 2014 Jul 9 2019 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2012 May 20 2012 Jul 11 2017 Jul 12 2022 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2014 June 5 2014 Jul 9 2019 Jul 9 2024 Support Lifecycle
SQL 2016 June 1 2016 Oct 12 2021 Oct 13 2026 Support Lifecycle

The Support Lifecycle links will have more detailed information about Service Packs and support guidelines for the specific versions.

13 Responses to “When does my SQL Server support end?”

  1. Kindly correct the SQL 2008 and SQL 2008 R2 extended support dates as 9-Jul-19 instead of 9-Jan-19

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  2. Thanks alot for this good information.

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  3. Hi Victoria,

    This is very good information. I was not aware those.

    Thanks

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