Continuing our focus on the rapidly upcoming end of support for SQL Server 2012, we want to share with you some fantastic offers available from Azure to help you make the move to the cloud.
Now is the time to migrate off SQL Server 2012, this blog looks at the options available: SQL Server 2019, Azure Virtual Machines and Azure SQL Managed Instance.
When looking at making the move to the cloud, one of the first decisions to be made is how you are going to go about it. In this blog, we take a look at lift and shift versus rearchitecting.
This on-demand webinar with Geoff Ballard looks at modern cloud-native applications that are developed in the cloud for the cloud.
A good application modernisation strategy will be an ongoing process to suit the unique requirements and desires of an organisation.
One of the key goals of a Data Platform modernisation program is thinking about what to do with your SQL Servers. So here we are going to give some high-level tips to migrate from SQL Server to the cloud.
With end of support SQL Server 2012 round the corner, now is the time to upgrade SQL Server 2012 to 2019 or migrate to Azure SQL.
Migrating SQL to Azure is an important part of the migration process providing security and cost benefits whether you choose a hybrid option or go all in.
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A look at the green benefits of cloud computing and how to achieve sustainable transformation.