Re-coding the Role of the DBA for the Cloud

PASS Partner Webinar: Dell Technologies

Thank you to our presenters, attendees and Dell Technologies for a great event! If you missed this webinar or want to relive some of the highlights, the recording and presentation slides are now posted in the Learning Center.

As your SQL Server data estate continues to grow, are you struggling with maintaining the right amount of flexibility, consistency and control across hybrid environments? Are you:

  • Looking for ways you can to take advantage of Azure hybrid cloud architectures?
  • Interested in strategies on where to place SQL Server workloads?
  • Curious as to how mission-critical databases can benefit from Microsoft’s Azure agile and scalable cloud services?
  • Wondering how GPU capabilities can help render large amounts of data on specific targets closer to where the data is generated?

Enter hybrid cloud architectures like Dell EMC Solutions for Microsoft Azure Stack Family (Azure Stack HCI and Azure Stack Hub). Attend this webinar to learn how SQL Server on Dell EMC hybrid solutions for Microsoft’s Azure Stack family provides the foundational DevOps and DB-a-a-S platform—for a truly modernized cloud architecture for DBAs.  

Join us on July 8 or July 9 for an hour of data training to learn more about re-coding the role of the DBA for the Cloud! This session will be presented by:

  • Robert Sonders, Principal Systems Engineer - Global Microsoft Pre-Sales, Dell Technologies
  • Steve McMaster, Microsoft Complex Solutions, Ready Solutions and Alliances, Dell Technologies

Don't forget to “Opt-in” during registration to hear more from Dell Technologies to be in with a chance of winning a $100 USD virtual Visa gift card!

USA/CAN Region 
July 8 - 16:00 UTC 
  or  EMEA Region
July 9 - 09:00 UTC

 



Robert Sonders
Principal Systems Engineer - Global Microsoft Pre-Sales


Steve McMaster
Microsoft Complex Solutions, Ready Solutions and Alliances


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