Cloud data management helps with data management across cloud platforms. Using the cloud as a data storage tier can help with disaster recovery, backup, and long-term archiving. With cloud data management, resources can be purchased as needed.
But the landscape of vendors and offerings is becoming more complex as database management systems migrate to the cloud.
This e-book shows how Gartner’s Magic Quadrant can help data and analytics executives make the best decisions possible in a complex and rapidly changing market.
It’s time to secure and update your systems. The Windows Server 2012, R2, and SQL Server 2012 support lifecycles are coming to an end.
Plan now and stay up to date with the latest versions. Don’t worry—all your applications and data will be completely safe during the process. Check out the infographic illustrating the dates and project flow. For customers that can’t get it all upgraded by the deadline, there are options to help protect applications and data during the upgrade transition.
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Whether you are migrating or extending your Windows Server and SQL Server infrastructure to the cloud, a lift-and-shift approach can help simplify the process by moving your applications quickly without requiring major changes to their configuration. Learn about Microsoft Azure migration and what to expect from each of the three phases.