• Jonathan Kropf

End of Support - SQL Server 2008, Windows Server 2008, Exchange 2010

End of support is coming for commonly deployed server products. Now is the ideal time to upgrade, modernise and transform to current versions of SQL Server, Windows Server, Azure services and Exchange Online for more security, performance and innovation. Don't worry too much, though, we've got you covered... 

SQL Server

End of Support - 9 July 2019

The end of regular security updates is drawing near, but don't let your infrastructure and applications go unprotected. New options are now available to help you upgrade and adopt the innovative technologies you need to carry your organization into the future. If you need additional time to manage the transition, get three years of Extended Security Updates to keep your workloads protected beyond the deadline.

Windows Server

End of Support - 14 January 2020

Migrate to Azure with free security updates. You can rehost Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 workloads to Azure, get three years of Extended Security Updates at no additional charge, and upgrade to a current version when ready. You are also able to use existing licenses and save up to 80 percent on Azure Virtual Machines with Azure Hybrid Benefit and Reserved Instances. Here's how to assess your Azure workload readiness.  

Exchange Server

End of Support - 14 January 2020

Why does Exchange online make sense? Migrating your email to Office 365 is your best and simplest option to help you retire your Exchange 2010 deployment. With a migration to Office 365, you can make a single hop from old technology to state-of-the-art features, such as; Microsoft teams, power BI, focused inbox and delve analytics. Use your existing Windows Server and SQL Server licenses to save on Azure Virtual Machines and Azure SQL Database Managed Instance with the Azure Hybrid Benefit.

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