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Upgrade SQL Server
This article provides links to resources that contain upgrade information for instances of different versions of SQL Server.
upgrading SQL Server

Upgrade SQL Server

[!INCLUDE SQL Server -Windows Only]

You can upgrade instances of [!INCLUDEssSQL11], [!INCLUDEssSQL14], [!INCLUDEss2016], [!INCLUDEsssql17], or [!INCLUDEsssql19] directly to [!INCLUDE sssql22-md]. For [!INCLUDEsql2008-md] and [!INCLUDEsql2008r2], you'll either need to do a side-by-side upgrade, or a migration, to move to [!INCLUDE sssql22-md] as there's no common overlap between a supported mainstream operating system. Before running setup to upgrade, review the following articles about the upgrade process and the release notes.

Check out what's new in each version of the product:

Support for [!INCLUDE sssql11-md] ended on July 12, 2022. For new end of support options, see New options for SQL Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 End of Support.

If you're upgrading from an end-of-support version of SQL Server, such as [!INCLUDE sql2008-md], [!INCLUDE sql2008r2-md], and [!INCLUDE sssql11-md], see the end of support options.

Upgrade documentation

The following articles will help you upgrade components of SQL Server:

See also

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