The fifth and final session that I’ll be presenting at SQL Excursions is on SQL Server Consolidation. There are lots of ways to consolidate SQL Server databases, and some times the wrong method of consolidation is selected by people. Knowing all of the options when working on a SQL Server Consolidation project is key to a successful consolidation project. In this session we’ll look at how to evaluate which consolidation option is best for different kinds of databases so that you can maximize your SQL Server infrastructure and minimize consolidation costs without impacting post consolidation performance.
I hope that the sessions that Tom and I are presenting at SQL Excursions sound interesting and would help you and your employer succeed in your future projects. Personally I feel that the costs to go to an event like this are minimal compared to the massive savings that a company could realize over time from the information which their DBA would be able to bring back to the office.
If you haven’t signed up yet, now is the time.
See you in Napa September 22nd-24th,