Microsoft has just announced the support for Microsoft SQL Server 2012 will be End of Life (EOL) effectively on July 12, 2022. After the extended support date has passed, your current SQL Servers will stop to receive security updates and no longer be secure.
What does this mean for you?
You can continue to use your Microsoft SQL Server without any issues, but after July 12, you will no longer be provided with…
x Technical support for problems that may occur
x Bug & security fixes
x Security updates
Running older systems which had not yet been upgraded to the most recent security updates are under great risk.
What should you do?
The best practice with all security risks is to act on them ASAP. Once your SQL Server has reached the end of support stage, you can choose to:
your workload to Azure SQL
to a current version of SQL Server
an Extended Security Updates subscription
How can Microware help?
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