SQL Server 2008 RTM


I’m forward dating this, but as you read this the bits should start becoming available. Congrats to the team on a focused release < 3 years since the last release.


The various SKUs and supplimental bits such as the Feature Pack are going to be coming available over the next few weeks.


Once all the links go live I’ll update this post with the links.


Enjoy


 


Update: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/downloads/default.aspx Has Ent, Dev, Std, Web and Workgroup for subscriber downloads, can’t see Express or Ent Trial yet on the non subscriber pages.


Update: Today Eval Edition and Feature Pack became available

Comments (11)

  1. Jemm says:

    Downloading the bits now, thanks 🙂

    I hope you’ll get them soon, too 😉

  2. SQL Server 2008 RTM is out! Microsoft Sync Framework v1.0 RTM is out! Sync Services [now @ v2] is “synchronized”

  3. Zunanji viri says:

    SQL Server 2008 RTM is out! Microsoft Sync Framework v1.0 RTM is out! Sync Services [now @ v2] is “synchronized

  4. thommck says:

    So when is the Express version going to be released?

  5. ChrisH says:

    I see the downloads listed on MSDN, but the link is greyed out?

  6. Ladies and gentlemen, the moment we have all been waiting for (well us SQL Server geeks at least). SQL

  7. euanga says:

    ChrisH,

    Then either there is a problem with the site or your MSDN subscription is not of the right level. Either way try again and if it still fails contact MSDN Support

    thommck,

    "Real Soon"

  8. haju says:

    Have any progroman from microsoft a qualicheck agaist 2008

    CAn i rum Sytem Center Product and MOSS against the SQL 2008 server

  9. euanga says:

    Haju,

    As a general rule the consuming teams own publishing their support for a new version of SQL Server, and in general this happens in a servicing release (Hotfix, ServicePack etc)

  10. Student4Life says:

    So now that the RTM has been released…Does anyone want to guess the timeframe for Service Pack 1 to come out?

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