Prepare for Windows Server 2008’s End of Support
Extended support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 ends January 14, 2020. We urge you to start planning your migration strategy today so that your infrastructure and your applications do not go unprotected.
End of Life/Support Means:
- No Updates will be developed or released after the end of support.
- No compliance and lack of compliance with standards and regulations can be devastating. If your business accepts credit cards, you will be out of compliance. If you handle client heathcare data, HIPAA data policies may not be met.
- No safe haven – virtual and physical instances of Windows Server 2008 will be vulnerable.
- No support – should you have an issue with your 2008 server there will be no phone or onsite support options.
Now is the time to act. We’re here for you! Contact us today to learn how we can help:
- Discover and catalog software and workloads running on Windows Server 2008/2008 R2.
- Assess your inventory. Categorize and analyze applications and workloads to help make informed choices about priorities and urgency.
- Target the right migration destination for each application and workload. Take the opportunity to learn how you can transform your data center with the robust capabilities and services offered with technologies such as: Cloud servers, Azure, SharePoint Online, or Windows Server 2016.
- Migrate. Rely on us to explain migration options, create a deployment plan and perform the migration.
Other Applications/Servers Scheduled to Retire Include:
- July 9, 2019 – SQL Server 2008
- July 9, 2019 – SQL Server 2008 R2