IT Pros know that most applications have some key challenges, such as high efficiency, business value, complex hardware configurations, massive peaks on demand, or complying with industry and corporate regulations. Given all of these factors, building an enterprise-grade technology can be very challenging.Watch this training session, and learn how Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Strategy provides support for traditional, private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud environments to overcome these key challenges. When your business requires a flexible IT infrastructure that can scale on demand, you can build a private cloud in your data center or a public cloud in Microsoft Azure global data centers. When you extend your data center to meet the public cloud, you build a hybrid cloud model. This course examines how to deploy and manage SQL databases in a hybrid cloud environment.
Instructor | Andrew McMurray – Microsoft Senior IT Pro Evangelist
Learn about SQL Azure, which provides market-leading database and cloud-enabled data management and analytic tools, along with our approach to enable “the Cloud OS,” a comprehensive set of products and technologies that position customers to take full advantage of all that the cloud delivers.
Create and configure an Azure SQL Database through Azure Management Portal. Deploy a database to Azure SQL through SQL Server Management Studio, and identify the database to be migrated.
Explore the scale and functionality of an enterprise data center that has high availability, familiar development, and a relational data model. See how to use the Azure Pack for Windows Server to provide an Azure-like administration experience for the deployment and management of on-premises SQL databases.
Learn how the Basic Monitoring via Web Console operates, and get an overview of deadlocks, failed connections, successful connections, and blocking by firewall. Review three categories of views: Database-Related, Execution-Related, and Transaction-Related.
Learn the capabilities of managing a data center in System Center, which can help provide a custom or standardized infrastructure for on-premises, service provider, or Microsoft Azure environments. Get an overview of automation and self-service, infrastructure monitoring, application performance monitoring, and IT service management.
See how to manage a database in the hybrid cloud.
Take this opportunity to find out more about Microsoft Azure.
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