Modernize Your Data Platform, a Workshop Series with Microsoft & Violin Systems

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Nov 11, 2014 2:51:33 PM

Can your data platform keep up with increasing demand?

Learn how to avoid sprawl -- and modernize your data platform.  Attend any one of these half-day workshops and learn new approaches to modernize your data platform. These half-day sessions are delivered jointly by Microsoft and Violin Systems at locations across the United Kingdom.

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Join us in Birmingham, London, York, Reading or Manchester

Learn how to identify the key challenges associated with data platform sprawl. In presentations and hands-on activities, learn how the Microsoft Cloud OS can improve the way that your data platform – and entire organization – can function. Learn how to manage your data platform to ensure reliability and top performance while reducing your licensing costs through consolidation or cloud.

In the segment presented by Violin Systems, we will share the business advantages of flash storage combined with Microsoft's software stack. Learn about the role that flash storage plays to deliver high-performance data platforms and how these benefits are leveraged by SQL Server 2014.  If you want to modernize your data platform for top performance, this workshop is for you!

Event: Data Platform Modernization
Speaker: Ashminder Ubhi, Sales Engineer & UK Channel Partner Manager, Violin Systems
Place: 19 November 2014 -- in Birmingham
20 November 2014 – in London
26 November 2014 – in York
27 November 2014 -- in Reading
3 December 2014 -- in London
11 February 2015 – in Manchester
Cost: Free
Max: Space is limited to a maximum of 10 people per session.
Sign up early to ensure your registration!
Potential for more sessions to be added – bookmark this page and check back!

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For more information about Violin Systems and our work with Microsoft, be sure to see our Windows Flash Array. The Violin Systems Team encourages you to make the most of your data platform. We hope to see you at one of these sessions in Birmingham, London, York, Reading or Manchester.

Topics: SQL