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Still not prepared for Windows 2008 and SQL Server 2008 end of support?

Microsoft will stop support for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 in July 2019 and Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 in January 2020. This signals the end to regular security updates and creates the perfect environment for cyber-attacks and threats.

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An experienced Managed Services Provider, like NTT, will help you plan and execute your Windows and SQL 08 migrations to Microsoft Azure Cloud.

We offer a full-service migration, and our engineering team will ensure your environment is kept available, optimized, and secure 24×7.

Advisory methodology within our Cloud Enablement Framework

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NTT has a defined a Cloud Enablement program that takes customers on the full journey to Cloud in three phases:

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*All phases are tightly coupled – transitioning customers to managed cloud services, and supporting their future transformation and evolution

Why choose NTT as your partner?

Solve your cloud challenges with NTT Managed Azure

  1. One contract, one SLA and one account team with as-a-service pricing

  2. We help you meet your security and compliance goals

  3. Provide support for consistent Private cloud workloads

  4. Control your environment with a click (GUI) or with a code (API)

  5. Reduce risk with a cloud readiness assessment 

  6. Proven delivery capability to reduce risk of change

  7. Azure + SDWAN improves the cloud experience for your remote users

  8. Offload infrastructure centric tasks to speed up your business 

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We are here to help

Despite the fact that Microsoft announced withdrawal of support over 12 months ago, many companies still don’t have a clear WS/SQL 2008 migration plan.

We can buy you valuable time by migrating your existing legacy applications over to Azure Cloud, and then work with you on an upgrade plan that works at your own pace.

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