Wed, Mar 11 2015 12:00 Mountain Daylight Time
SQL Farms: Converting legacy SQL Servers to SQL as a Service – sponsored by Dell Software
In today’s IT departments, flexibility, efficiency and security are key. However, those goals often conflict with the reality of supporting legacy SQL Server Platforms. The goal of this session is to provide you a blueprint to convert your legacy SQL Servers to SQL as a Service, where you can control the server availability, performance, and reliability, yet still take advantage of the resource elasticity and hardware flexibility of an on-demand service. We will specifically address how to use features like AlwaysOn Availability Groups, Resource Governor, and Contained Database to achieve converting your SQL Farm to a Service.
Sarah Barela is a Data Platform Technical Specialist for Microsoft focusing on Cloud and Service Providers. She has been a SQL Server DBA for more than 15 years. She has specialized in the administration of environment with large numbers of SQL Server instances. Her recent interests lay in applying cloud technologies to SQL Server. Sarah has spoken at the PASS Summit several times and is a frequent speaker at SQL Saturdays in the Midwest
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