Prepare for Windows Server 2008 End of Support


Posted February 12, 2020 by MarkGold

Windows server 2008 support will end, which means no more security updates. Don´t let your infrastructure go unprotected, migrate to current versions.

 
On January 14, 2020, support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 ended. That means the end of regular security updates. Don’t let your infrastructure and applications go unprotected. We’re here to help you migrate to current versions for greater security, performance and innovation.

For the apps and data you want to keep running on premises, we recommend upgrading to the latest version of SQL Server and/or Windows Server. You’ll first need to upgrade to SQL Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012/2012 R2.

Whitelabel ITSolutions also allows customers to deploy Microsoft Windows Server 2016 in a fast and dependable environment to run any compatible Windows-based solution. By running Windows Server 2016 on Whitelabel ITSolutions, you can leverage the performance and elasticity to get up and running quickly on this latest Windows release.

What’s New in Windows Server 2016?
Windows Server 2016 is Microsoft’s newest release of Windows Server. Windows Server 2016 comes loaded with a variety of powerful new features including support for Docker and Windows containers. The release also features a Nano Server deployment option that restarts significantly faster than the Standard Edition and uses a fraction of the disk space.
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Last Updated February 12, 2020