Windows Server 2008 End of Support (EoS)
Microsoft has announced that support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 ends January 14, 2020. After this date, Microsoft will no longer release security updates, which may expose businesses to security attacks or make them out of compliance with industry regulations. To avoid disruption to their business, customers should plan to migrate to Windows Server 2016 on HPE Gen10 Servers before the January deadline.
Windows Server 2016 on HPE ProLiant Gen10 Servers
Why should customers migrate from Windows Server 2008 to Windows Server 2016 on HPE ProLiant Gen10 Servers?
Fight Cyber Crime
The risk of being a victim of cyber crime continues to rise; organizations need a comprehensive - in budget - plan to secure their data center.
Watch Cyber Crime 101 to learn some facts about cyber crime and how HPE and Microsoft are working together to keep servers protected.
Improve IT Efficiency
Legacy systems lack the power and flexibility to economically meet current IT needs. HPE Gen10 Servers with Windows Server 2016 enable customers to do more with less.
Ready for the Cloud
Whether migration to the cloud is imminent or in the future, Windows Server 2016 + HPE Gen10 Servers provides the best of both worlds to take advantage of cloud services without delay.
Why choose a HPE OEM Windows Server license?
- Simplest most cost effective license for many small and midsize businesses
- Complimentary 90 day installation and warranty support contract from HPE
- One stop shop for server, operating system, and CALs
- OS and drivers pre-tested and optimized for your hardware
- Includes downgrade and virtual machine portability rights