Cost Savings in AWS with SQL Server High Availability

High availability and disaster recovery for business critical applications

Making a change in SQL Server infrastructure from on-premises to the cloud is often a complex undertaking. As most companies begin the process, there are generally numerous questions from both the business and technology teams. In this white paper, learn about the considerations when running SQL Server in the cloud and how one company, PayGo, moved to AWS and improved their business continuity with SIOS DataKeeper.

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