How to Increase SQL Availability and Performance Using Window Server 2012 SMB 3.0 Solutions


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Did you know you can use Windows Server 2012 SMB 3.0 shares to store your Microsoft SQL Server data? And now Windows Server 2012 can extend SMB remote storage support with a host of new features including SMB Transparent Failover, SMB Multichannel, SMB Direct (Remote Direct Memory Access), SMB Scale-Out, increased performance, and more. This session overviews the best way to deploy Windows Server 2012 SMB solutions to support your Microsoft SQL Server environment, and enables you to start taking advantage of this scenario and the many new and enhanced features it provides. #TEWSV330
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