This Microsoft SQL Server Training is designed to train IT professionals and developers how and when to move their database solutions to the cloud. The name really says it all, it’s how to migrate to the cloud on your terms and have the ability to scale on demand, not just scale up but to scale down as your business and marketing conditions dictate. The 3 modules of this course will teach you:- Virtualization in the Private Cloud (two parts)- Beyond the Hype - Hybrid Solutions for On-Premise and In-Cloud Database Applications You will learn how to Microsoft SQL Server fits into your organization’s virtualization strategy and how you can have the best of on-premise and cloud-based solutions.
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Come and learn how SQL Server fits into your company's strategy on virtualization and private cloud. We talk about SQL Server features that are relevant in virtualization and private cloud deployment, why Hyper-V is better for SQL Server virtualization, the upcoming HP Database Consolidation Appliance, and SQL Server support and licensing in virtualization scenarios.
Despite all the hype, it’s rare for a business to actually “move” an application directly to the cloud. The cost, risk and effort aren’t usually worth the benefit of what you gain. Security considerations, performance, and control are just a few of the reasons that many applications need to stay in your datacenter. But there are times when including a function from the cloud makes a ton of business sense, either to extend part of your internal applications to remote workers, customers or partners, or to act as a HA/DR solution. In this session, Buck Woody (Microsoft Senior Technology Specialist on Distributed Computing) will talk about how you can embrace Cloud on Your Terms through Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Windows and SQL Azure architectures, and the considerations for creating a hybrid architecture across on-premise databases and cloud technologies. You'll learn: • How to create a decision matrix for which elements can be extended to the cloud • A Windows and SQL Azure technology overview, code name Juneau, and DAC Fx • Component options for hybrid solutions, including: • SharePoint, • Biztalk • .NET applications • Non-Microsoft languages and technologies • Other RDBMS’s