A Buyer's Guide: Azure SQL Database Services
This white paper, clearly outlines the options available when considering a move to the cloud with the Microsoft Data Platform.
When Microsoft released its first cloud-based Azure SQL Database (DB), companies discovered they could reap the benefits of cloud while still using SQL Server technology and T-SQL code. But with different deployment options, pricing models and features, it can be difficult to know which Azure SQL DB is right for your organization’s specific needs and goals.
This white paper, written by Warner Chaves, Principal Consultant at Pythian, clearly outlines the options available when considering a move to the cloud.
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After reading this white paper, you will have a clear idea of which Azure cloud service has the capabilities and functionalities to drive forward your business’s long-term strategy.
About Warner Chaves
Warner Chaves is a SQL Server MCM, Data Platform MVP and Principal Consultant at Pythian, where he builds and manages data solutions for some of the biggest names across many industry verticals. Warner is a frequent speaker at SQL Saturday events around the world and at the PASS Summit, the largest conference dedicated to the Microsoft Data Platform.