Why is IT being compared to Facebook?

When business application owners begin referring to Facebook as the standard for application availability, IT organizations are being put on notice – deliver or we will go elsewhere. The challenge is that traditional high availability clustering technologies can be costly, complex and not very cloud friendly. Businesses need simple high availability solutions which can utilize commodity disk and hybrid cloud infrastructure to reliably protect their critical SQL systems.

Whether you want to protect applications in a private cloud within your organization, in a public cloud or across hybrid cloud infrastructure, it is important to develop an automated MS-SQL aware response to your HA and DR requirements. In this on demand webinar, we will show you how to do just that.

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All registrants will be able to access Storage Switzerland’s extensive library of on-demand webinars, many with exclusive white papers, without having to re-register. As is always the case with a Storage Switzerland webinar, we leave plenty of time for questions and answers. This webinar was no exception, make sure you stay tuned all the way to the end to hear the engaging Q&A. Also by listening to this webinar their are several white paper attachments available with the webinar, which you can download as soon as you register.

Finally, once you register you will be able to access almost 100 pre-recorded webinars on a variety of subjects and most feature exclusive white papers, only available as part of the webinar.

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As a 22 year IT veteran, Colm has worked in a variety of capacities ranging from technical support of critical OLTP environments to consultative sales and marketing for system integrators and manufacturers. His focus in the enterprise storage, backup and disaster recovery solutions space extends from mainframe and distributed computing environments across a wide range of industries.

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