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Migrating SQL Server Database Applications to the Windows Azure Virtual Machine

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Many customers have existing Microsoft SQL Server applications running on Windows Server that are already virtualized and would benefit from running in the public cloud. Windows Azure is introducing an expanded Virtual Machine offering that would be an ideal environment to migrate your existing SQL Server applications. In this session, we talk about this offering and how it applies to SQL Server, the steps involved in migrating, deploying, and running your database application with High Availability in Azure. #TEDBI333

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  • Micke ArvidssonMicke Arvidsson

    Missing slides...
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  • Guy BowermanGuy Bowerman

    Hi, the slides are there.

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