Many companies rely on key applications such as SQL Server for their important business functions. Because downtime for these applications can be devastating to their business, IT typically has to meet strict service level requirements/agreements (SLAs) around availability and disaster recovery. As a result, many organizations have kept business-critical applications in on-premises data centers where they control every facet of network, storage, and servers—from how much memory the servers have, to the brand of CPU, to the amount of storage that they are configured with. However, as the benefits of cloud computing continue to prove out, the time has come for companies to move business-critical applications to the public cloud.
Moving SQL Server from an on-premises data center to a public cloud such as AWS can enable your business to be more agile and more responsive to changing market requirements and customer needs.
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