With Windows Server 2003 support expiring on Tuesday this week, many companies are still scrambling to figure out how best to get to a supported platform. Microsoft, of course, hopes you'll choose Windows Server 2012 R2, which is probably the company's best server OS in a long time.


I'm running my SQL Server on an Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance, but my databases are growing bigger than anticipated. The Elastic Block Storage (EBS) volumes attached to the server are nearly full, how can I expand them to get more space for my data?