Why you should(nt) run your databases in the cloud
Traditional companies will simply say ‘no’, but there is increased desire for horizontal scalability to leverage cloud elasticity where the traditional solutions use high-end SANs, but this is not a cloudy concept. Currently we have many possibilities Private Cloud, Public cloud, SAAS, IAAS, and one of those could just be what you need for that next big database. This session is all about the pro's and con's of databases in the cloud. What are the possible issues, what are the opportunities and the pitfalls. Should or shouldn't you care and how and when should you prepare your database for the next frontier.
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Karel Coenye a senior SQL Server trainer and Consultant at Kohera, has been working with SQL Server in different roles since 1999. Currently working on different database projects as SQL architect while coaching and training other DBAs and developers. Experienced in both full development-environments as in production environments with large server with multiple large databases specialized in tuning, tweaking and monitoring.
His IT passion drives him towards the physical and virtual bottlenecks while seeking ways to push systems towards their limits.
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