SQL Server 2008 and 2008 left Extended Support on 9th July 2019. In the latest episode of the Coeo Conversations Podcast Sales and Marketing Director James talks about the issue and explores the options available to businesses.
At Coeo we are seeing increasing numbers of customers take their first steps towards modernising their data platforms by moving workloads to the public cloud. Here is our quick guide to the options available:
A common problem with data platform modernisation is gaining application vendor support for newer SQL Server versions, but that has been made easier since Microsoft’s change in position on the long-term use of database compatibility mode announced in 2018.
As its tenth birthday approaches, Microsoft prepares to end extended support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2. This date has been known since product launch, there are now less than 12 months to retire or replace aging SQL Server estates. In the past, when we hit extended support end date, that's..
At Coeo, we find fashion retail is one of the most fast-moving and innovative industries we work with. Despite the diverse size and style of businesses in this sector, we have found that success is driven from some common ways of working - all of which recognise the value of data as a key..