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  • Datavail Accelerates AWS Adoption for Sony DADC New Media Solutions
    Datavail Accelerates AWS Adoption for Sony DADC New Media Solutions Sivakumar Thangavelu, Senior SQL Server DBA, Datavail Bill Timm, Solutions Architect, AWS Blaine Baker, Manager, Application Recorded: Nov 16 2017 53 mins
    Customers seeking to move their Microsoft SQL Server databases to the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) environment rely on Datavail for solutions that include remote database migration, administration, support, maintenance, and management services. Among the challenges customers face when transitioning their SQL Servers to Amazon Web Services (AWS) are concerns about lack of control, understanding the risks involved, and security and compliance. Customers choose to operate SQL on EC2 because they can manage their own database support for all maintenance areas. It is also customizable, meets high performance needs for replication and discovery, and is highly available. They work with Datavail because their monitoring, measurement, and support services are always available.

    Sony DADC New Media Solutions, a large digital media company, discovered they could migrate their SQL Servers to AWS and run them using an Amazon EC2 solution allowed them to replicate their SQL Server environments in multiple AWS Availability Zones (AZ), meaning that if a node failed in one AZ, it could be replicated in another to ensure almost no downtime and improved performance.

    Join us to Learn:

    Best practices for providing highly available database solutions using EC2 on AWS

    Gain insight into scenarios which migrating SQL Servers to AWS and using EC2 is the recommended course of action

    How Sony DADC New Media Solutions reduced their Storage dependency by migrating to AWS using solutions and architecture from Datavail
  • How to Effectively Upgrade from SQL Server 2008
    How to Effectively Upgrade from SQL Server 2008 Jeff Duncan, Senior Tier 3 SQL DBA Recorded: Oct 11 2017 59 mins
    The end of Extended Support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2 is coming faster than you know, as of July 2019. It’s important that your organization takes the necessary steps so you’re prepared for the migration.

    A database migration is not always straightforward and requires preparation, testing and implementation and these processes could take up to 9 months depending on environment size.

    In this webinar, Jeff Duncan will discuss the steps that you need to ensure that you have the smoothest migration to the SQL Server 2016 and beyond.

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