Virtualizing Your SQL Server Databases and Moving to The Cloud

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Virtualizing Your SQL Server Databases
and Moving to The Cloud

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 - 11am PT / 2pm ET
As SQL Server database environments continue to increase in size and complexity, so does the challenge of maintaining the performance and availability of business-critical systems. In the face of increasing costs, and the ever-growing need for better agility, many IT departments are seeking ways to automate routine tasks and free up resources.

To identify the key technologies and strategies being deployed by SQL Server sites, Unisphere Research just fielded a brand new survey in partnership with the Professional Association for SQL Server. Join us on Tuesday, November 1st, for a sneak preview of the important findings during a special panel discussion.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn how other SQL Server sites are leveraging virtualization and cloud, the key benefits and challenges experienced, and best practices to keep in mind as you plan for the future from Unisphere Analyst Joe McKendrick, VMware vExpert Don Sullivan and EMC director Sam Lucido.

Get the straight talk on important topics, such as:
  • Which version of SQL Server is most popular today?
  • What are the most common approaches to high availability and disaster recovery?
  • What processes are most SQL Server sites automating?
  • How are virtualization and cloud impacting SQL Server sites?
  • What are the most common virtualization solutions?
  • What are the most common cloud types?
  • What are the biggest storage trends?
Find out if your organization is on the right track.

Register now to reserve your seat today!

Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!


Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research
and DBTA
Joseph McKendrick
Lead Research Analyst
Unisphere Research
Don Sullivan
Sam Lucido
Director Technical Applications Marketing
EMC Corp.
Phil Hummel
Technical Marketing Engineer
Dell EMC