Achieving High Performance and High Availability for SQL Server

Register here to learn how high performance and high availability for Microsoft SQL Server can be achieved with solutions from Fusion-io and SIOS. This powerful combination delivers high-speed storage and high availability for SQL Server without the limitations of single copy clusters or AlwaysOn Availability Groups.

Make the switch and enjoy:

– Cost savings

– Higher database performance

– Smaller floor space requirements

– Lower cooling and power demands

… all without sacrificing availability.

The end result: faster performance at a fraction of the cost of a typical SAN with 100% data availability.

Featured Speakers:

Dave Bermingham is recognized within the technology community as a high availability expert and has been a Microsoft MVP in Clustering for the past three years. David’s work as Sr. Technical Evangelist at SIOS has him focused on delivering high availability and disaster recovery solutions. David holds numerous technical certifications and has over twenty years of technology experience focused on application availability.

Jamila Gunawardena is a Senior OEM Sales Engineer for Fusion-io. Jamila has over 15 years experience in Software Engineering and System Design with expertise in Internet, Bioinformatics, and Semiconductor DFM solutions. Currently, Jamila is focused on ISV and appliance partnerships at Fusion-io.

Geoff Hiten is a Microsoft SQL MVP and is currently an Infrastructure Architect for Intellinet. Geoff began working with SQL Server in 1992 with version 4.2 and has used every version since. He specializes in high-availability and high-performance SQL systems. Geoff is heavily involved in the Microsoft SQL Server Community and was initially awarded MVP status in 2004. Geoff was appointed in 2011 to fill an interim Director position at the National PASS organization.

Achieving High Performance and High Availability for SQL Server

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