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DBAs: You lose when you overpay for SQL Server Licensing!


Webinar review: “Are you overpaying for SQL Server Licensing?” by Mike Walsh president of Straight Path solutions and Dave Bermingham a Microsoft Cloud MVP.

In their words: “In this webinar we cover lessons learned from real-world customers who saved more than 70% on their SQL Server licensing costs related to high availability and disaster recovery.”

Points that were discussed in this webinar:

  • Many High Availability in Cloud misconceptions
  • Pros and cons of Failover Cluster Instances vs Availability Groups
  • Saving on licensing costs in theory
  • Standard vs Enterprise SQL Server editions
  • Saving on licensing costs in practice
  • Experts in application availability
  • Discussion and demo of SIOS software products for critical application workloads.

SQL Server DBA colleagues, you can make a huge impact when you offer management ways to reduce SQL Server licensing costs! Take a close look at your SQL Server on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments to achieve maximum cost savings on SQL Server licensing.

I give the webinar “Are you overpaying for SQL Server Licensing?” a thumbs up. Right?


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