Midlands PASS Meeting for March 2019

, 2019-02-05

The March meeting for Midlands PASS will be held on March 5, 2019, from 5:30-7:30 PM. Brian Kelley and Paul Shearer, both local to Columbia, will be speaking on SQL Server in the Cloud.

RSVP Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sql-server-in-the-cloud-tickets-55991994563

Description:

More and more organizations are looking to move workloads into the cloud. This includes database platforms like Microsoft SQL Server. In this presentation Paul Shearer and Brian Kelley will cover the options available currently for both AWS (Paul) and Azure (Brian). We’ll talk about hybrid scenarios in addition to “all cloud” solutions. Consider this an open ended discussion type presentation where we talk about pros/cons and the types of rethinking/refactoring you’ll need to do if your organization is going to move data into either AWS or Azure.

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