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DH2i to Discuss Microsoft SQL Server Virtualization Without A Hypervisor

Learn Why You Shouldn't Accept Lower Performance When You Virtualize SQL Server, as well as How to Build A SQL Server Private Cloud

FORT COLLINS, Colo., Jan. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

When:

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 @ 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time



Webinar:

Microsoft SQL Server Virtualization Without a Hypervisor




Virtualizing Microsoft SQL Server through a hypervisor (e.g., VMware, etc.) is an incomplete answer to the requirements a DBA team has in provisioning, managing and tuning SQL Server.  Although leveraging VMs reduces the number of physical database servers, it also comes with a number of pitfalls.  For instance, VMs typically result in 30% slower database performance.  Additionally, VMs increase complexity in the stack, make true high availability (HA) complicated, and increase the costs of SQL Server licensing.




This webinar will address the costs of virtualizing SQL Server with a hypervisor vs. virtualizing SQL Server while still using physical servers. Details will be provided on how to build a SQL Server private cloud using physical servers while enabling you to exceed the operational model of hypervisor-based server virtualization, while reducing operating costs by over 60%.




This webinar will cover:


- The benefits of SQL Server virtualization


- A comparison of SQL Server virtualization with VMs vs. application virtualization with DxConsole


- A comparison of the outcome of each approach; cost savings, management considerations, patching, performance management, ability to meet service level agreements (SLA), quality of service (QoS), disaster recovery (DR), and high availability (HA)



Registration:

https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/499640055

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Please visit the DH2i Events Page often for a continuously updated schedule of webinars and other events.

About DH2i

Based in Fort Collins, CO, DH2i Company is the leader in providing hypervisor-less application virtualization solutions that enable agile, always-on infrastructures where enterprise applications can move freely and transparently within and between heterogeneous physical, virtual and cloud environments, with very little interruption in service. Its flagship software product, DxConsole for SQL Server enables customers to create a private cloud utility that meets the high performance and availability needs of mission-critical SQL Server application environments. By addressing all capital and operational cost elements (CapEx and OpEx) associated with managing SQL Server, it lowers Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by over 50%. For further information, please visit: www.dh2i.com, email: [email protected], or call: (970) 295-4505.

© DH2i Company 2013. DH2i, DxConsole, DxSRM, DxTransfer and InstanceMobility are trademarks of DH2i Company. All other brand or product names contained in this press release may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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Corporate Communications

DH2i Company

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