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Windows Server 
2003 Migration 
Opportunity for transformation 
Scott Curtis 
11/11/2014
2 
End of support for Windows Server 
2003/R2 
245 Days Remaining 
Optimistic Estimates 
Server migration: 200 days 
Appli...
What end of support means 
Now 
is the time to act 
No 
compliance 
No 
updates 
Start planning your migration and transfo...
Datacenters are being transformed 
70% 
of CIOs will embrace 
a “cloud first" strategy 
in 2016 
-IDC 
45% 
of total IT se...
What about the cloud?
Migration process 
1 Discover 2 Assess 3 Target 4 Migrate
Discover & Assess your inventory 
By type 
Microsoft 
server roles 
By criticality 
Microsoft 
applications 
Custom Third-...
Assess your inventory 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate 
ID Application Owner 
Discover Assess 
Server role 
Mic...
Target your destination 
Windows Server 
Evaluate options for each 
application and workload 
2012 R2 Cloud 
1. Discover 2...
Windows Server roles 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
Windows Server 2012 R2 
Hybrid applications 
Enterprise-class scale and 
performance 
VMware virtualization 
Low-cost, hig...
Windows Server 2012 R2 Editions 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
Hybrid Cloud 
For your hybrid datacenter solution 
Access your data and apps anywhere 
Hardware as a service 
Priced per u...
Cloud tools 
Powerful, simple enterprise-class email. Cloud file syncing and sharing 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. M...
Migrating applications 
+1 
Application must be 
upgraded to latest 
version 
Use technology to 
counter 
incompatibilitie...
Microsoft applications 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
Target your destination 
Choose your journey 
ID Application Owner 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate 
Discover A...
Migrate your workloads 
1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
Next steps 
Explore resources 
mapletronics.com/server2003eol-resources 
Experience innovations 
Take advantage of innovat...
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Windows Server 2003 End of Life Webinar - 11/11/14

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Watch the webinar here: https://vimeo.com/111452245
Why does Server 2003 End of Life matter to you?
In July 2010, Microsoft transitioned from providing mainstream support for Windows Server 2003 to releasing critical patches only. July 14, 2015 marks another transition, this time the end of Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003/R2 including critical patches. While this date may seem distant it is important to know how this transition will effect your business and what steps you can take to avoid issues.
Here is some of what end of support means for your business:
No updates
No compliance
No safe haven
Now is the time to act

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Windows Server 2003 End of Life Webinar - 11/11/14

  1. 1. Windows Server 2003 Migration Opportunity for transformation Scott Curtis 11/11/2014
  2. 2. 2 End of support for Windows Server 2003/R2 245 Days Remaining Optimistic Estimates Server migration: 200 days Application migration: 300+ days 11/10/2014
  3. 3. What end of support means Now is the time to act No compliance No updates Start planning your migration and transforming your datacenter toDdaisycontinued support for many applications Increased operations costs Impact on Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 Impact on both physical and virtualized servers No safe haven Windows 2003/R2 servers will not pass a compliance audit 37 critical updates released in 2013 for Windows Server 2003/R2
  4. 4. Datacenters are being transformed 70% of CIOs will embrace a “cloud first" strategy in 2016 -IDC 45% of total IT services will be spent on cloud services by 2020 -Forrester 71% of companies see rising demand for IT projects in 2013 -InformationWeek Sources: “Outlook 2013,” InformationWeek Report, 12/06/2012; “Worldwide CIO Agenda 2013 Top 10 Predictions,” IDC, doc #238464, December 2012; “Prepare For 2020: Transform Your IT Infrastructure And Operations Practice,” Forrester Research, Inc., October 24, 2012;
  5. 5. What about the cloud?
  6. 6. Migration process 1 Discover 2 Assess 3 Target 4 Migrate
  7. 7. Discover & Assess your inventory By type Microsoft server roles By criticality Microsoft applications Custom Third-party applications applications Mission critical Important Marginal Can be retired By complexity and risk Low Medium High 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  8. 8. Assess your inventory 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate ID Application Owner Discover Assess Server role Microsoft app Third-party app Custom app Retire Marginal Important Critical Complexity (1–3) Risk (1–3) 00001 Exchange Denise Smith X X 1 1 00002 Web Server Qiong Wu X X 2 2 00003 Shipping Services Naoki Sato X X 2 1 00004 Quick Quarter Close Daniel Roth X X 2 2 00005 Lucerne Publishing Document Converter Andrea Dunker X X 3 2 00006 Trey Research Lookup Tool Eric Gruber X X 2 3 00007 A. Datum Index Oliver Kiel X X 3 3 00008 Inventory Key Robin Counts X X 2 2
  9. 9. Target your destination Windows Server Evaluate options for each application and workload 2012 R2 Cloud 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  10. 10. Windows Server roles 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  11. 11. Windows Server 2012 R2 Hybrid applications Enterprise-class scale and performance VMware virtualization Low-cost, highly available file-based storage Windows PowerShell 4.0 Work Folders 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate >_
  12. 12. Windows Server 2012 R2 Editions 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  13. 13. Hybrid Cloud For your hybrid datacenter solution Access your data and apps anywhere Hardware as a service Priced per user Flexibility 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  14. 14. Cloud tools Powerful, simple enterprise-class email. Cloud file syncing and sharing 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  15. 15. Migrating applications +1 Application must be upgraded to latest version Use technology to counter incompatibilities Modify application to work on new platform Use different app or SaaS offering to achieve same business result Application can be migrated without change 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  16. 16. Microsoft applications 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  17. 17. Target your destination Choose your journey ID Application Owner 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate Discover Assess Target (destination and journey) Server role Microsoft app Third-party app Custom app Retire Marginal Important Critical Complexity (1–3) Risk (1–3) Windows Server 2012 Microsoft Azure Hosted Exchange Migrate as is Upgrade version Switch app vendor Virtualize or shim app Repair, rewrite, or refactor 00001 Exchange Denise Smith X X 1 1 X X X X 00002 Web Server Qiong Wu X X 2 2 X X X X X 00003 Shipping Services Naoki Sato X X 2 1 X X X 00004 Quick Quarter Close Daniel Roth X X 2 2 X X X 00005 Lucerne Publishing Document Converter Andrea Dunker X X 3 2 X X X 00006 Trey Research Lookup Tool Eric Gruber X X 2 3 X X 00007 A. Datum Index Oliver Kiel X X 3 3 00008 Inventory Key Robin Counts X X 2 2 X X X
  18. 18. Migrate your workloads 1. Discover 2. Assess 3. Target 4. Migrate
  19. 19. Next steps Explore resources mapletronics.com/server2003eol-resources Experience innovations Take advantage of innovations in Windows Server, new hardware, cloud operating system, and application platform Get started today A smooth, successful server migration takes time to plan and execute, so start today to make sure you meet the deadline

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