You need to upgrade your legacy SQL Server
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There are still 98,000 installations of SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 that are no longer being supported by Microsoft, and need to be upgraded. And 2012 and 2014 are in extended support, so there are lots of reasons to look at the options for upgrading your SQL Server, and not much time to do it.
But there are also lots of business reasons that hold you back from upgrading to newer versions, from legacy software to compliance. Join Melody Zacharias of Pure Storage and the Reg’s Tim Phillips to learn about:
- Why you need to get on that upgrade path today
- Beat the blockers to do your inplace upgrade
- How Pure can help with on-premises and hybrid clouds
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