Ask the Expert: Live Q&A about High Availability in the Cloud for SQL Server

SIOS sponsored on-demand webinar

Webcast Abstract

Do you need to provide high availability and disaster protection for SQL Server in the cloud? Can you create a traditional Windows Server failover cluster in a Microsoft Azure, Amazon EC2 or other cloud environment. Do you need to buy costly SQL Server Enterprise Edition licenses to get high availability protection in a cloud?

Join Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, Dave Bermingham for answers to these questions and more.

In this one-hour session, Dave will share the secrets to simple, cost efficient HA and DR in the cloud. He will also share innovative ways to provide disaster protection using cloud, hybrid cloud configurations.

Speaker - David Bermingham

David Bermingham is recognized within the technology community as a high availability expert and has been honored by his peers by being elected to be a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP. Davidís work as director, Technical Evangelist at SIOS Technology Corp., has him focused on evangelizing Microsoft high availability and disaster recovery solutions as well as providing hands on support, training and professional services for cluster implementations. David hold numerous technical certifications and draws from more than twenty years of experience IT, including work in the finance, healthcare and education fields, to help organizations design solutions to meet their high availability and disaster recovery needs. David has recently begun speaking on deploying highly available SQL Servers in the Azure Cloud and deploying Azure Hybrid Cloud for disaster recovery. Learn more at, email: [email protected];

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