Leveraging SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machines
Windows Azure Virtual Machines is a robust infrastructure for SQL Server, providing the full benefits of infrastructure-as-a-service offering in Microsoft data centers. SQL Server in a Windows Azure Virtual Machine enable both low overall TCO and an efficient platform for enterprise level workloads. This session will examine the critical facets beyond the mere provision of the SQL VM, and look at the characteristics and considerations for tuning, optimizing, and the key indicators for monitoring performance. We’ll look at special consideration for High-Availability and Disaster Recovery, and pay a little special attention on scalability.
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Scott Klein is a Microsoft Data Platform Senior Technical Evangelist who leaves and breathes data. His passion for data technologies brought him to Microsoft in 2011 which has allowed him to travel all over the globe evangelizing SQL Server and Microsoft’s cloud data services. Prior to Microsoft Scott was one of the first 4 SQL Azure MVPs, and even though those don’t exist anymore, he still claims it. Scott has authored several books that talk about SQL Server and Windows Azure SQL Database and continues to look for ways to help developers and companies grok the benefits of cloud computing. He also thinks “grok” is an awesome word.
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