Support has ended for these releases:
Support ended for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 on July 9, 2019.
Support ends for Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 on January 14, 2020.
Migrate your workloads to Microsoft Azure.
Use your existing Windows Server and SQL Server licenses to save on Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines (VM) and Azure SQL Database Managed Instance with the benefits of the Azure hybrid cloud. Learn how you can re-host workloads in Azure and get three years of extended security updates at no additional charge.
Simplify your migration.
Get the facts about the upcoming support deadline by watching our on-demand webinar. In it you’ll learn about migration options, best practices and how you can modernize your infrastructure by migrating to Azure.
Your Guide to Microsoft Azure
Azure offers a robust set of cloud services designed to help organizations build, manage and deploy applications on a global network. Learn about the productive, cloud platform and how Insight provides full-scale support.
Discover other migration options:
Refreshing your software & hardware
Upgrading your on premises solutions simplifies management resources for scalable, flexible and easy-to-use infrastructure. Modern servers deliver important security updates, as well as powerful increases in performance and cost efficiency.
Employing a hybrid infrastructure solution
A hybrid cloud solution combines on-premises and cloud infrastructures. This option functions just like a public cloud but sits on your premises and includes a broad range of as-a-service applications plus security and access management tools.