Increasing the performance of SQL Server workloads remains a hot topic. Given the importance that tabular data plays not only in your organization, but also that of your trading partners, it’s not at all surprising that this remains of considerable interest. Recently, Sumeet and I took the time to articulate the value proposition for using flash storage in an SQL Server environment. If you’d like to learn a bit more, I invite you to watch this webinar:
Redefine what is possible with your SQL database decisions today and into the future with purpose built Windows all-flash arrays that will optimize your SQL Server infrastructure, provide the best of physical, cloud and hybrid cloud environments and help you gain control of your windows business applications, SQL databases and workloads driving today's big data and business SLAs.
In this webinar, you will learn about the benefits of a seamlessly integrated approach to all-flash storage for your Microsoft SQL Server environment. We will discuss the challenges and pitfalls to avoid when selecting performance-based storage with enterprise data services. We will also discuss how to consolidate and optimize your SQL Server instances, optimizing your Hyper-V infrastructure, and planning for SQL Server growth.
Sumeet Bansal, Principal Solutions Architect
Advising and consulting on integrating Flash towards high performance high efficiency database (MS SQL Server, Oracle) platforms. Over 15 years of experience with Database Systems and over 5 years dedicated to deploying Flash for Databases. Prior to joining Violin Systems, Sumeet was Principal Solutions Architect at Fusion-io and VP of IT at wine.com (the largest online wine retailer in the US).
Clay Ryder, Sr. Product Marketing Manager for the Violin Windows Flash Array
Before assuming his current role at Violin Systems, Clay was a marketing consultant at NetApp specializing in Microsoft-based solutions and storage efficiency. Prior to his marketing roles, Clay held executive positions in multiple industry analyst firms including The Sageza Group, which he co-founded in 2001, Zona Research, and The X Business Group.
Learn how Violin and Microsoft collaboratively optimized this solution to leverage WFA’s unique performance profile so you can run your SQL Server environment in a Flash.
For more information on the WFA and SQL Server, read this Solution Brief: Accelerating, Virtualizing, and Scaling SQL Server with the Windows Flash Array.