Upcoming Windows Server and SQL Server Webcast Series!


 

Todd Sweetser

Here are some upcoming webcasts occurring in February and March to help you stay on top of solutions and strategies around Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server!  These will cover topics including security, compliance, migration from VMWare, integration with Azure with SQL as well as for Backup and Disaster Recovery.  Be sure and register via the links below!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST - Keep Your Customers Servers Secure & Compliant with Windows Server & SQL Server - We will cover the End of Support for Windows Server and SQL Server; including the impact these events will have on your customer’s infrastructure, as well as the possible risk to their data and compliance requirements.  We will discuss how you can identify obsolete products in your customer’s environment as well as migration strategies to move your customers to a modern, supportable, and compliant platform.  Please join us for this one-hour overview of how to identify a high level strategy to keep your customers secure and compliant. Register Here

Friday, February 26, 2016 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST - Migration Strategies to Increase Capabilities and Decrease Costs with Migration Tools from VMware - Virtualization has provided an excellent way to make the most efficient use of hardware as well as providing an excellent way to scale workloads on demand.  We will talk about the current capabilities in Hyper-V as well as migration strategies to move from VMware to Hyper-V.  We continue to see customers migrate from VMware to Hyper-V and/or Azure.  Join us for this on-hour webinar to learn how these migration strategies can increase capabilities while decreasing costs for your customers. Register Here

Monday, February 29, 2016 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST - Keep Your Customers Data Safe with SQL Server and High Availability

We will talk about the new Security and High Availability capabilities Microsoft SQL Server provides to our customers.  As we see more data compromises, we need to ensure we can keep our customers data safe and available.  Microsoft SQL server continues to raise the bar on data protection and availability.  Join us for a one-hour discussion on how you can provide more secure capabilities for your customers while also providing a higher level of availability. Register Here

Monday, March 7, 2016, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST - SQL Server Integration with Microsoft Azure for Cloud Services

We will talk about cloud based strategies to protect your on-premises SQL Servers.  While most workloads still require an on-premises SQL Server, this does not prevent you from taking advantage of additional capabilities Microsoft Azure has to offer.  Microsoft SQL Server includes numerous integrations to Microsoft Azure for backup, scale and reporting.  Please join us for this one-hour session to talk about how you can enable these capabilities for your customers. Register Here

Monday, March 14, 2016, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PST - Windows Server with Microsoft Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup

For your customers that may want to keep their customer’s workloads on-premises, this session will show you ways to provide Backup and Disaster Recovery (DR) capabilities in the cloud.  We will talk about Azure Site Recovery’s ability to provide a DR copy of your Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure, as well as leveraging Azure Backup to provide a historical backup of your customer’s data.  Join us for this one-hour discussion covering both of these solutions. Register Here

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