How to Optimize your SQL Server 2008/R2 Migration for Cost and Availability
Microsoft extended support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 ends on July 9, 2019. This means that in about a year, Microsoft will no longer provide support or security hotfixes for these versions. Failing to upgrade prior to the deadline can put you out of regulatory compliance and place the security of your systems at significant risk.
With the end of support quickly approaching, upgrading from 2008/R2 to a newer version of SQL Server is both necessary and imminent. But will your migration plan land you in an environment that is optimized for both cost and availability?
Watch this webinar on how to use DH2i’s DxEnterprise to migrate off of SQL Server 2008/R2 and into an optimized environment that gets you:
- The highest level of availability—on any version
- Fewer cores subject to the upgrade
- 3+ node clusters on any Edition
- Less disruptive upgrades, both now and ongoing