What Does SQL Server End Of Life Mean for You?

What Does SQL Server End Of Life Mean for You?

More than 50% of SQL Server instances deployed are SQL Server 2008 R2 or earlier. In July next year, support for SQL Server 2008 & 2008 R2 will end and you will no longer receive security patches for these versions. Unsupported platforms open loopholes for cyberattacks, introduce compliance concerns for organisations that have specific industry regulations, not to mention the opportunity cost of using outdated versions.

We are running a series of breakfast sessions across Australia to help organisations prepare for the transition and understand what it means in real terms.

5th September, Brisbane – Register here

7th September, Melbourne – Register here

12th September, Adelaide – Register here

21st September, Sydney – Register here

During the session Peter Ward, founder of WARDY IT Solutions will cover:

  • How to plan a successful migration
  • The key mistakes to avoid
  • The benefits of moving legacy platforms to Azure vs on-premise
  • How to handle application vendors
  • How to make a business case for the transition

By the end of this session, you’ll be fuelled for the day ahead with coffee and classic Aussie breakfast dishes, and will leave with a good understanding of your next steps.

Seats are limited, please register to secure your place.