SQL Server 2008/R2 went out-of-support on 9th July 2019. Incremental Group’s SQL Server 2008/R2 briefing helps you determine your migration options and to answer any questions you have on migrating.
Microsoft SQL Server 2008/R2 went out-of-support on 9 July 2019.
It is time to assess your SQL Server deployments to evaluate the impact of maintaining an unsupported version of SQL server. End-of-support means that Microsoft will no longer develop or release security patches or fixes. Security and compliance, customer loss, damaged reputation, and missed opportunities are just some of the risks of remaining on unsupported SQL Server versions.
During our 2-hour briefing, one of our cloud experts will talk you through the process for migrating SQL Server 2008/R2 to Azure VM and answer any questions you have on moving SQL Server from on-premises to the cloud. Before the briefing we will arrange a call to understand your requirements to tailor the session to you.
Incremental Group is a Microsoft gold partner for cloud and Dynamics applications with deep expertise across Azure migrations, including lift and shift approaches, fully managed Platform as a Service and Infrastructure as a Service (PaaS/Iaas), and application modernisation.