SQL SERVER – Download SQL Server 2014 Developer Edition at USD 59.59

SQL SERVER - Download SQL Server 2014 Developer Edition at USD 59.59 2014dev Since the release of the SQL Server 2014 earlier this year, lots of people have been asking if people can download the full version of SQL Server 2014. SQL Server 2014 full version is not available for FREE. You have to either get standard version or enterprise version. You can download SQL Server 2014 trial version and use it till it expire.

If you want SQL Server 2014 for development purpose or for test system, you do not have to buy standard or enterprise version. You can just download it the development version. The development version costs USD 59.95 and it is available on DVD and immediate download.

Here is the link to the product.

Update: You can Download SQL SERVER 2016 Developer Edition for FREE

Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)

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  • ribeirofloripa
    October 3, 2014 6:38 pm

    Dave, the developer editions includes SQL SERVER DATA Tools… I mean all SSIS components and IDE are included?

  • Dave, your post should say “available on DVD OR immediate download, not “and”. If you buy the DVD and have it mailed to you, you will not be able to also download it. I ordered the DVD and it was defective, I called MS and got transferred to 7 people trying to figure out how and where I could download the developer version of the software and use the key that I had purchased with the DVD…stayed on the phone almost 2 hours and they still didn’t figure it out, so they had to give me a new software download that included a new key.

  • I’ve been having a similar problem. I ordered the developer version from the microsoft store and am unable to download the iso file. I keep getting a 504 error.


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