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Database engineer, standing at an abstract designed database server environment More SQL Server with Fewer Licenses – DH2i Briefing Note December 2, 2016 - The cost of a SQL Server license is quite high. This is why the typical method of deploying SQL Server in a virtualized environment can become exceedingly expensive. One of the advantages of virtualization is each database instance can have
awsreinvent Amazon re:Invent: Cohesity Briefing – Modernizing Secondary Storage December 1, 2016 - While the industry places a lot of attention on all-flash arrays, for the most part these systems only service a small portion of data center capacity – the most active data. Secondary storage stores, or at least should store, the
awsreinvent Amazon Re:Invent Briefing – Igneous – S3 in your Data Center December 1, 2016 - Despite the ever increasing acceptance of the cloud, an undeniable reality is most organizations will have data they will never put into the cloud. At the same time these organizations “get” the value of an elastic storage infrastructure that they
awsreinvent Amazon AWS re:Invent – Amazon Goes Snowmobiling December 1, 2016 - One of the biggest challenges facing an organization contemplating a move to the cloud is ingestion. How do you get all your data to the cloud in a timely manner? Sure you could replicate it, but if the organization’s data
awsreinvent StorageSwiss at Amazon AWS re:Invent December 1, 2016 - Storage Switzerland is at Amazon AWS re:Invent again this year. We are lurking the halls of re:Invent, tackling vendors and users to get their thoughts on what’s going on with the cloud. Amazon re:Invent Bigger Than VMworld VMworld has been

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