Choose the Right System When Upgrading to Microsoft® SQL Server® 2019 on Microsoft® Hyper-V®


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Prowess testing found that Dell EMC™ PowerEdge™ servers can provide a strong platform for SQL Server 2019 running on Windows Server® 2019 and Hyper-V.

Many IT organizations are stretched thin from performing a multitude of daily operational tasks and meeting tight development deadlines, in addition to keeping both customers and stakeholders happy. Reaching the end of support for core systems can put overworked IT teams in a bind, especially when those systems are running on old, outdated hardware and unsupported software. This is especially true for database management systems (DBMSs), which are the foundation for critical applications. For organizations running legacy versions of Microsoft® SQL Server®, Microsoft ended support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 in July 2019, and it will be ending support for SQL Server 2012 in 2022. Yet many organizations running SQL Server are still relying on these legacy versions. Running outdated database software can be risky because security updates and technical support are typically discontinued. Even worse, running outdated hardware could mean costly unplanned outages due to equipment failures.



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