July 9, 2019 is fast approaching, which means your organization could be at risk, and we want to ensure you understand the impact of not upgrading your SQL Server or migrating your workloads to Azure.
SQL Server 2008 and R2 are finally getting the boot! Depending on your job, you may identify with one of these:
Sometimes in life we need an upgrade to take advantage of the latest and greatest. And technology is no different. We’re referring to SQL Server 2008/R2 which is reaching end of support. On July 9, 2019 Microsoft will no longer support these servers.
As you have probably figured out by now, we are serious about data. If you have been following our blog you have seen us post checklists, infographics, case studies, brochures, expert guides and more.
Better decisions start with better business insights. But how do you gain deeper insights into your organization's data? That is the question that we set out to answer in our newest explainer video.
There are two things that are true:
1. At AMTRA we love data. However, if you are ever in a room with our data team, look out, that is what true passion looks like!
Recently, we have been talking a lot with clients and on our blog about modernizing your data platform. Inevitably, one of the conversations that accompanies a conversation about selecting the right database vendor for their business needs and a discussion around the merits of putting your database in the cloud vs keeping them on-premises.