Calculating Costs for Microsoft SQL Server

On-Premises vs. Cloud

One of the items that invoke the most nightmares when moving to the cloud, is the cost of big-ticket items such as Microsoft SQL Server. When done incorrectly the costs of putting a database server in the cloud can be daunting, but costs can be controlled with some understanding of the Microsoft SQL Server licensing process, and how you can use some of the requirements to your advantage.

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