Session 1: How to Decide if your Database is a Good Candidate for Virtualization

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Running Time: 56 minutes | You'll learn about the pros and cons of moving SQL Servers into a virtual server environment. Like all problems in the database world, there are no hard set answers on whether virtualization is a good idea, but there are some times when virtualizing a SQL Server is the best option and can save money. And then there are times when you'll be shooting yourself in the foot and shouldn't virtualize. By the end of this session, you'll know how to make this decision and ...

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This video is part of the Vitualization Performance Tips for Your Database On Demand training.

Database  virtualization is a powerful tool for IT departments and can help prevent server sprawl and even save money. In this new training course, you will learn whether or not virtualization is right for your database and how to get the most from your virtualized SQL Servers.

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