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More updates to Azure: Which changes relate to SQL people?

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Published Thursday, November 14, 2013 1:29 PM by Greg Low

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Rob said:

Definitely keep images of older versions

Azure is a great place to spin up a couple of machines to replicate an issue or develop and test a solution to a problem and we (as users of Azure) will be working with older versions and needing to support them and therefore will make use of those images. Don't take that option away. It's something I am relying on more and more now. I can recreate a problem on a server quickly. I can set up in 15 minutes with my Powershell scripts and work on it or I can work on an improvement to a process thats going to be touching those older versions because thats what I face in my job

I would be upset if that went away and yes on the latest OS at the time. I plan to upgrade my OS if those databases move to 2012 or beyond

November 14, 2013 4:53 PM

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