Windows Server 2008 R2 Support is soon to be over. On January 14th, 2020, this support system will end, and so will your regular security updates. This, in turn, could mean your applications and infrastructure could be left unprotected, so it is important you read this short article and learn what to do to be safe!
Windows Server 2008 R2 Support is ending. Now what?
The recommendation is as flows: you need to migrate to newer and current versions of your server, to get security services according to your needs. And what do the nice people from Windows recommend? To migrate it all to Azure.
Migrating your Windows Server and SQL Server to Azure will come with many benefits for you and your organization. You’ll be getting all the technological innovations to modernize your applications, you’ll save money by reducing infrastructure costs, and you’ll get all the security measurements with Azure’s ’secure cloud foundation’. They will also make sure you are compliant with the most certifications of cloud providers, and that only means good news for you!
What do I do?
Just follow the link provided below to find out more about this migration, and get Azure’s help to do so. You’ll be able to choose between 2 main options: Migrate to azure with free security updates to be able to re-host Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, and Upgrade on-premises (to Windows Server 2016).
Besides migrating your server, you’ll also find great tips and tools for optimizing all your resources in order to save on your costs. This will also help you improve your resources management and enhance your security and protection tools. The migration process can be quite simple, and you’ll be able to choose a plan best suited for all your needs.
Just make sure to follow this link here and learn everything you need to know to get ready to say goodbye to Windows Server 2008 RS Support, and say hello to your new pal Azure!
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