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In this webinar we discussed the risks of running beyond EOS, while exploring the options for migrating to Microsoft Azure. This can help save cloud costs by up to 55% while improving performance and ensuring robust security.

Chris Cramer
Director of Solutions

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how you can plan the next steps when the support ends for Windows and SQL Servers 2008/2008 R2

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Plan your future beyond EOS for Windows
and SQL Servers 2008/2008 R2.

Rob Davies
Azure Strategic Growth Development Manager


Support ends for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 on July 9, 2019, and Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 on January 14, 2020. With the end of support dates approaching fast, the biggest challenge comes from the end of regular security updates. Businesses cannot risk exposing their applications and data to security risks. 

In this actionable webinar you will learn:

Watch this recording with our speakers Rob Davies from Microsoft and Chris Cramer from NetEnrich where they discuss about how organizations can strategically plan the next steps before the End of Support.

Effective ways of moving to Azure and saving costs with Azure Hybrid Benefits

How Windows Server Containerization can enable scalability and  CI/CD

Why App Modernization using Azure cloud-native services is key for innovation

Techniques to ensure continuous availability, and improved performance





Don't wait for last minute upgrades which can pose severe risks for your business security, agility, performance, and scale, making it an expensive problem to fix. NetEnrich, a Microsoft Azure Gold Partner, is here to help you explore options and implement a smooth migration to Azure, with free extended security updates for three years.