Disaster-proof Your Microsoft SQL 2012 Databases

Maximum uptime for business-critical applications and data is a top priority for enterprise customers. But while everyone is intrinsically aware that no technology – nor any enterprise – is invulnerable, talking about disaster-recovery or database security doesn’t exactly make you the life of the party either. Face it: insurance policies, like wills, are a big bummer. And in the face of competing resource demands, IT maintenance usually takes a back seat to higher value activities that actually drive business growth and innovation – not groans and sighs. Relax. The time is now to rest easy, and regain your status at the top of the social hierarchy: Always On hosted database services from HOSTING ensures that applications remain up and secure even if an outage occurs at your primary production location.

Microsoft SQL 2012Want to learn more? Please join HOSTING and Microsoft on Thursday, March 27th, at 11:00 am MST, for this can’t-miss webinar, Disaster-proof Your Microsoft SQL 2012 Databases. Sean Bruton, Vice President of Product Management at HOSTING, and Sarah Barela, Data Platform Technical Specialist at Microsoft, will provide expert insight into the following:

  • How to leverage the best of cloud and dedicated platforms
  • MS SQL 2012 Always On architectures that work
  • The metrics necessary to gauge the success of your recovery solution

Bypassing the need for a full-time database administrator (DBA), HOSTING architects the optimum MS SQL database structure for your specific needs and provides 24/7/365 support. Resource-constrained companies can leverage world-class DBA services without allocating extra budget or workload. And folks in the organization can stop silently stressing out that they’re not doing enough to protect their company, themselves and their livelihoods.

Disaster-proof Your Microsoft SQL 2012 Databases is a must attend for anyone who wants predictable, business-critical performance.

For more information, contact info@hosting.com.

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