On July 9, 2019, SQL Server 2008/R2 hit the end of Microsoft’s extended End-Of-Support (EOS). For businesses still running either platform, it's time to consider an upgrade—and to start planning a move.
For many, that's a task much easier said than done. But to stay competitive, organizations can't rely on unsupported servers. In this whitepaper, you'll learn:
- Why businesses are slow to upgrade SQL Server 2008/R2
- The risks of using an unsupported SQL server
- Upgrade options that make sense for your business
- A pre-migration checklist
- And much more!