16/01/2012 9:48:20 PM
With SQL Server now fully supporting virtualisation, architectural and licensing discussions concerning SQL Server are now common place. However, consistently, the rights and terms of licensing SQL Server in a virtual environment are commonly misunderstood, and worse still, architectural choices are sometimes made based on these incorrect assumptions. Not only that, but both capability and licensing is evolving with the next release SQL Server 2012. In this session we’ll cover virtualization licensing for SQL Server today, plus how that looks in the future with SQL Server 2012. We’ll spend time up on the whiteboard talking through some common scenarios plus sharing best practices from other customers locally.
About the Presenter
Darien recently returned to Australia joining Microsoft Brisbane in December 2010, after being based in Microsoft Malaysia for 8 years, and generally being based in Asia for the last 20 years. He has been involved in IT since his school days and holds various Microsoft certifications in Core Infrastructure, Application Platform and Database Technology. Additionally, he holds an MSc in Software Engineering from Staffordshire University. His current areas of expertise are the Windows Server Application Platform and Enterprise Application Integration including Mainframe Integration. Darien is currently the Application Platform Solution Specialist for all things Microsoft, and when he’s not producing or mixing albums in his Windows-based digital recording studio at home, he’s helping Australia’s largest customers realise business value and improve their customers’ lives through Microsoft-based solutions and software.
Venue: Microsoft Brisbane - Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane |
Duration Catering from 5:30PM for a 6:00PM Start (meetings typically finish at 7:30PM) |
On: Thursday, 23 February 2012