Economic volatility is driving a greater number of organisations to consider cost cutting measures and to implement consolidation procedures.
On July 9, 2019, support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end. That means the end of regular security updates. Don’t let your infrastructure and applications go unprotected.
SQL Server 2019 brings innovative security and compliance features, industry-leading performance, mission-critical availability, and advanced analytics to all your data workloads, now with support for big data built-in.
It’s all about choice. Now, you can get SQL Server 2017’s industry-leading performance and security on Windows, Linux, and Docker containers.
Realise your data’s potential, upgrade to SQL Server 2016 to bring new built-in capabilities to your database-from analytics to data warehousing.
Move your Oracle, IBM DB2 or SAP Sybase ASE databases to SQL Server and receive the necessary licenses of SQL Server – free with software assurance*.
Did you know that as a certified Microsoft Azure Deployment Planning Services (AZDPS) partner: Ascent Technology can work with qualifying clients, to help assess, prioritize and begin migrating existing virtualized applications, and Microsoft pays for the engagement.
Extend your data-management capabilities with the power of the cloud. When you access trusted cloud database resources, you achieve the speed and scale you need, while reducing your hardware, maintenance, and administration costs.
Extended Support for SQL Server 2005 ended on April 12, 2016. If you are still running SQL Server 2005, you will no longer receive security updates.
Gain real-time insights across your transactional and analytical data with SQL Server 2016 – a secure, scalable database platform that has everything built in, from advanced analytics to unparalleled in-memory performance.
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