Webinar: Improving SQL Server TCO – Performance, Licensing, High Availability & Disaster Recovery

Since 2008, SQL Server has been introducing features that address high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) requirements. But choosing the appropriate HA/DR features requires more than just knowing their capabilities. You don’t want to waste time and thousands of dollars on unnecessary software upgrades or hardware you don’t need.

In this webinar, Edwin Sarmiento, Microsoft Certified Master for SQL Server, discusses the evolution of SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR)  features and requirements, as well as:

  • Strategies for selecting the right HA/DR solution to fit your needs
  • Important SQL Server HA/DR solutions to consider for your production environment or the cloud to meet your service level agreements
  • Licensing considerations to improve availability, performance, and your total cost of ownership

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