datasheet: SQL Server Database Upgrade Datasheet
We get it: You’ve been running your SQL Server 2008/R2 for ten years now, and its performance has made you very happy. It’s been as steady as a rock and helped guide your business to success while keeping your data safe. You feel like you really can’t ask for a better show from your database software.
Unfortunately, it’s now reached the end of its support life, and that means you’re about to have a whole new range of problems and issues. When Microsoft decides to finally pull the plug on SQL Server 2008 Support in July 2019, then everyone running it will now find themselves facing a barrage of malware, viruses, vulnerabilities and everything else that the Internet can throw at it, with little to no backup from the Redmond-based software giant. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing potential future vulnerabilities, risks, and other business-centric reasons to upgrade SQL Server 2008/R2.
Check out our datasheet to learn how DB Best can help you optimize your upgrade to SQL Server 2017.