Designing a Private Cloud Infrastructure for Microsoft SQL Server: Financial Services Case Study

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Do you want to learn how Microsoft helped one of the largest Financial Services organizations in the world designed a Private Cloud infrastructure using Windows Server Hyper-V and Microsoft System Center 2012 to standardize and consolidate hundreds of SQL Server instances? Then this session is for you, as it covers the planning, design, and operational phases affiliated with a real-world case study. The following strategies and technologies from the customer engagement are showcased: How the SQL Server inventory of the existing environment was collected, What hardware was utilized to create the Private Cloud, How were SQL Server Databases migrated to the Private Cloud, How were new SQL Server instances automatically provisioned using the SQL DAC integration tool included in Virtual Machine Manager 2012 , How System Center AppController was used to provide self-service for the SQL Server Private Cloud. Finally, high availability, disaster recovery across datacenters, and monitoring for the Private Cloud are discussed. #TEDBI318
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      I attended this session not really knowing what to expect.  I was really impressed not only with the presentation skills of Ross Mistry and Manjnath Ajjampur, but also the content got me really excited. I had a few "Ah ha!" moments throughout the presentation.


      Good Work!

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      Dandy Weyn

      As content owner for the DBI track I am truly pleased hearing feedback as listed above - Thanks for that!

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