Learn How to Safely Stack New & Existing Windows Server Application Instances Into an Advanced HA Framework for Enhanced Management, Drastically Reduced Licensing costs and Peak Consolidation
Fort Collins | January 11, 2017
DH2i™ Company, the leading provider of Microsoft Windows Server application portability and management solutions, today announced it will present a live webinar for Microsoft SQL Server professionals entitled, “Fight Microsoft SQL Server Sprawl with Physical and Logical Consolidation.”
When: Thursday, January 19, 2017
Why Attend: For most IT professionals tasked with Microsoft SQL Server management, SQL Server sprawl is the bane of their existence due to the management and cost problems it’s created. Attend this live webinar to learn how to safely stack SQL Server instances to eliminate sprawl. Then learn how stacked instances can result in dramatic increases in management efficiency as well as 30-60% savings on licensing costs. Attendees will also learn how to get built-in high availability as well as quality of service controls at the instance level for their stacked workloads.
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DH2i Company™ is a leading provider of Microsoft Windows Server application portability and management solutions. Its flagship solution, DxEnterprise™, containerizes and decouples Windows Server applications, such as SQL Server, from the host OS and underlying IT infrastructure. In doing so, customers can simplify and dramatically improve the management of their datacenter environment, ensure SLA compliance, and lower costs by 30%-60%. To learn more, please visit: www.dh2i.com, call: 800-380-5405 or email: email@example.com.
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