SESSION Details

Modern Infrastructure Fundamentals for SQL Server

Since we live in a world where physical deployments are more the exception than the rule, the infrastructure underneath our databases is similar, yet very different. There is still CPU, disk, and memory but what does that actually mean today?

This session will update the core infrastructure concepts anyone responsible for SQL Server should know whether you have physical, virtualized, public cloud, and container-based deployments. As a bonus, you will be able to work better with non-SQL Server administrators because you can speak their language.

If you want to ensure that your SQL Server deployments are available, reliable, and perform well, this is the session for you.

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Starts: 13:20 12th Mar 2022
Ends: 14:10 12th Mar 2022

Q&As

Short Description
- Even in a cloud provider or virtualized, you still need to worry about the infrastructure supporting SQL Server. This session will cover what that means in the modern world.
Other technologies
- Virtualization

Slidedeck Link

Modern Infrastructure Fundamentals for SQL Server.pdf

Speakers

Allan Hirt

Tags

AWSAzureGCPMoving to the CloudOn PremisesIAAS VM BasedFuture DBAOperational DatabasesDeploymentManaged InstanceSQL 2019SQL 2022SQL LinuxIntermediate

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