The next IT revolution-what hybrid clouds mean for you
SQL Server 2014 brings even more opportunities to integrate
your on-premises systems with public cloud services, known as hybrid clouds. The question most people are asking right now
is why should I create a hybrid cloud for a Microsoft data platform and how?
This session looks at the most relevant Windows Azure
features to extend and improve existing SQL Server deployments and why you
might want to use them. It also
considers some of the hurdles you might getting to the cloud, but also how you
can get over them.
The key to integrating cloud services and creating a hybrid
cloud is to do it one step at a time.
Instead of being an all or nothing decision, it’s a one piece at a time
By the end of this session you should feel comfortable about
what hybrid clouds for Microsoft data platforms are, and how you might create
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Gavin is a solution architect leading, designing and implementing information platform and data centre transformations. He has a track record of delivering projects that provide new functionality, consolidation, and standardisation. He also provides guidance in the broader areas of enterprise IT landscapes and operational best practices. He is also one of 25 Microsoft Certified Architects for SQL Server in the world and a Microsoft Certified Master, and holds architect certification from the Global IT Architect Association, IASA. His technical expertise focuses on Microsoft SQL Server data platforms and cloud infrastructures, primarily in the retail and services sectors.
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