Tag Archives: upgrades

Upgrades are Hard

I think the people that run StackOverflow are pretty sharp. They’ve built a well performing site, they’ve worked on some useful open source projects, and they think through their projects. They still have issues with upgrades. Taryn Pratt, from Stack … Continue reading

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Waking Up to No Support

When you wake up on July 10, SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will be out of support. Microsoft has been talking about this for some time, there’s been a Migration Tour from PASS with live events in quite a … Continue reading

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The Minimum Upgrade Point

These days the pace of change with SQL Server can be intimidating. Many of us work in disparate environments with multiple versions of the platform in our environment. In the distant past I’ve had people note that they often have … Continue reading

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The Upgrade Storm

The Perfect Storm is a movie about the confluence of three weather events that combined to create a situation the resulted in the loss of all life on a fishing boat. It’s a good movie, and certainly one that might make … Continue reading

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