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kelvinteang
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App Volume v2.x or v3.x

Hi,

What is the correct version to use for App Volume on-premise?

Heard that App Volume v2.x is for on-premise whereas App Volume v3.x is for cloud?  Thus, v3.x is not stable?

Please advice.  Thanks.

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techguy129
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Yes, SQL 2016 is supported. Availability groups is also supported as well. I use 2014 with AAGs.

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Software Requirements

Database Requirements

App Volumes Manager supports different versions of the Microsoft SQL database.

  • SQL Server 2012 SP1, SP2, and SP3 (whenApp Volumes Manager is installed on Microsoft Server 2012 R2), Express, Standard, and Enterprise editions
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2, Express, Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions
  • SQL Server 2014 SP1 and SP2 (supported on App Volumes 2.12 and later)
  • SQL Server 2016 SP1

For High Availability, App Volumes supports the following database features :

  • SQL Server Clustered Instances
  • SQL Server Mirroring

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Lakshman
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Please use 2.x for on-premise. The latest version is 2.13.2

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kelvinteang
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Is it supported for SQL 2016 STD always-on?

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techguy129
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Yes, SQL 2016 is supported. Availability groups is also supported as well. I use 2014 with AAGs.

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Software Requirements

Database Requirements

App Volumes Manager supports different versions of the Microsoft SQL database.

  • SQL Server 2012 SP1, SP2, and SP3 (whenApp Volumes Manager is installed on Microsoft Server 2012 R2), Express, Standard, and Enterprise editions
  • SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2, Express, Standard, Enterprise, and Datacenter editions
  • SQL Server 2014 SP1 and SP2 (supported on App Volumes 2.12 and later)
  • SQL Server 2016 SP1

For High Availability, App Volumes supports the following database features :

  • SQL Server Clustered Instances
  • SQL Server Mirroring

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