Session 2: Virtualization and the Cloud for DBAs

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Presented by: Allan Hirt and Ben DeBow Running Time: 53 min We live in a world where deploying solutions on physical hardware is becoming more the exception than the rule. All DBAs need to understand about virtualization and what it means to their deployments of SQL Server in all aspects. DBAs also cannot bury their heads in the sand with regards to the cloud (public or private), either. This session will cover what SQL Server DBAs will have to consider as their jobs change to include ...

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