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ARC: SQL Server Consolidation/Virtualisation - Opportunities and Deployment Observations (Shashank Pawar)
Author: Victor Isakov Date Posted: 30/03/2009 9:24:42 AM
Microsoft SQL Server supports multiple options for server consolidation, providing organizations with the flexibility to choose the consolidation approach that best meets their requirements in order to centralize data services management and reduce hardware and maintenance costs. By providing centralized management, auditing, and monitoring capabilities, SQL Server makes it easy for you to manage multiple databases and data services, significantly reducing administrative overheads in large enterprises. SQL Server can provide you with the reassurance of industry-leading performance and scalability, and unprecedented control over server resource utilization to maximize the performance of your consolidated data services. Join this session to find out more about the various options for server consolidation with SQL Server, and best practices to get the most out of your environment.

[b]Speaker:[/b] Shashank Pawar, a SQL Server Technology Specialist at Microsoft Australia, is a database professional with over 10 years experience in the support, design, development and usage of SQL Server database technology. His experience covers both OLTP and OLAP applications, with a speciality in high availability, troubleshooting and performance improvement.

[b]*** PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME BELOW***[/b]

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Due to the interest shown in these events, the limited seating capacity and the registration process we would like everyone to confirm their attendance. We need people to RSVP 72 hours before the event so as to be able to print out the name badges and ensure a smooth registration process.[/i]

Venue: Westpac Place • 275 Kent St • Sydney • NSW 2000 | Duration 12:00 - 14:00 | On: Wednesday, 1 July 2009