ANNOUNCEMENTS & NEWS
The End is Near for SQL Server 2008/R2 and Windows Server 2008/R2
Brendan Walters, Osprey Software Development
January 17th 2019
Microsoft will discontinue support for SQL Server 2008/R2 in July 2019. Then, in January 2020, Microsoft will also cease support for Windows Server 2008/R2.
These imminent changes could create a number of new business challenges, but they also present the perfect opportunity to modernize applications, or even migrate to Azure.
You have 3 options:
1. Do nothing (an increased likelihood of security breaches)
2. Upgrade the servers (expensive, not the best long-term solution)
3. Migrate to the cloud
For the majority of candidates, cloud migration is the best, and logical, choice. Additionally, Microsoft is currently offering customers who move their Windows Server / SQL Server 2008 to Azure free security updates for 3 years.
Osprey Software Development has a track record of excellence in application modernization and cloud migration. Extensive experience, the brightest experts, and top notch client support make Osprey the best partner to coordinate and execute your migration to Microsoft Azure.
End of SQL 2008 Support
End of Windows Server 2008 Support
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