Whitepaper: discover your options for SQL Server 2008 End of Support
Learn more about the risks of running on unsupported platforms and your next steps.
Microsoft released its first SQL Server – a relational database management
system – back in 1989.
Since its first release, Microsoft has brought out a dozen other versions, each with multiple editions containing a range of features. The product has evolved significantly from its early release and has seen strong investment from Microsoft in the areas of high availability, security, analytics and cloud integration. The development that Microsoft has made with its cloud platform, along with the boxed product, has culminated in the most recent release: SQL Server 2019.
To ensure your organisation remains supported, we utilise a proven methodology with the following four-step process:
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