Improving SQL Server Performance and Costs with Kingston DC500M

Improving SQL Server Performance and Lowering Costs with Kingston Technology DC500M Enterprise Solid-State Drives

Companies running SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 faced a critical milestone in July 2019, when Microsoft announced the end of support (EOS) for those databases.

There is a cost-effective and sensible solution for migrating those SQL Server 2008 workloads that need to remain on-premises for regulatory reasons, or by customer preference:

Migrate SQL Server 2008 workloads to a modern hardware and software solution using modern servers and Kingston Technology DC500M Enterprise Solid- State Drives (SSD) with Microsoft SQL 2017 Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Edition.

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