Comparing Two SQL Server Restore Methods (2 of 3)

Here for Part Two in our series on SQL Server data protection, copy data management. Part one was all about SQL Server backup methods. Once you have the data, how do you use SQL copy data, what do you use it for?  Starting out with, people use it for recoveries, number one use case.  There's two methods of doing those recoveries, one is what we call traditional restore and the second is instant mount.  So let's compare and contrast the two, understand really what they do, and when you might want to use one versus the other.

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DevOps and Analytics with Microsoft Azure Ultra SSD

How to Deliver High-Performance DevOps and Analytics with Microsoft Azure Ultra SSD

Microsoft recently announced Azure's Ultra SSD storage tier. It boasts 160,000 IOPS/disk with a throughput of 2,000 MBytes per second. Clearly, Microsoft designed this for enterprises running critical workloads such as SAP HANA in the Azure cloud, which require very high performance. Best of all, you can start small and grow storage performance based on your current needs and expected growth.

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actifio and Azure UltraSSD

Data Protection for Transactional Applications Running on Azure Ultra SSD

Today, Microsoft Azure announced a brand new storage tier, Ultra SSD, which delivers extreme performance for critical applications such as SAP HANA, MS-SQL, and other databases. Some salient features are:

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How Does Azure Stack Enable the Hybrid Cloud for Businesses

In this next session, Jay Livens and Karl talk about how Azure Stack enables the hybrid cloud for businesses.

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How Does Azure Stack Enable Hybrid Cloud? Talking Cloud with Azure Part 4

Jay Livens and Karl Rautenstrach continue their conversation on Azure for cloud

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Non Traditional Ways Businesses Leverage Azure for Cloud

Non Traditional Ways Businesses Leverage Azure for Cloud

Talking Cloud with Azure, Part 3

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What do on demand cloud services look like

What Do On-Demand Cloud Services Look Like? Talking Clouds with Azure – Part 1b

A continuation of a short discussion between @jlivens and @Kloud_Karl about on-demand cloud services.

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