Link feature for Managed Instance
With the link feature for Managed Instance, we’ve advanced the hybrid connectivity between SQL Server and Azure to the next level. Innovations in this space allow near real-time replication of data between older and current versions of SQL Server to Azure SQL Managed Instance. Scenarios such are real-time analytics and offloading workloads to Azure are possible for all versions supported. See how to easily setup replication between SQL Server and Managed Instance and exercise some of these scenarios. Hear about the technology behind the scenes, best practices for using, monitoring and maintaining the link. Learn on how to get engaged with the product group and participate in shaping the future of the feature.
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Starts: 10:10 11th Mar 2022
Ends: 11:00 11th Mar 2022
- Discover one of the most exciting and most discussed cloud-connect features connecting SQL Server to Azure SQL Managed Instance for near real-time data replication. The link supports scenarios of near real-time analytics, offloading R/O workloads, minimum downtime migrations, and disaster recovery in Azure. I will show you innovations made in this space, technology behind the scenes, some tips and tricks, live demos, and I’ll talk about the feature future.
- SQL Server 2016-2022
Dr. Dani Ljepava
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