Dragon Slayer Consulting's Marc Staimer to Join DH2i's Don Boxley to Discuss: How to Stop Overpaying Microsoft for SQL Server Attendees Will Learn How to Leverage Application Virtualization to Simplify and Improve Application Management Across Physical, Virtual and Cloud Computing Environments
FORT COLLINS, Colo., Oct. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
October 17, 2012 at 8:30 am - 9:30 am PDT / 11:30 am - 12:30 pm EDT
Microsoft SQL Server 2012 licensing has become increasingly expensive, especially when running as a virtualized instance. Enterprise edition must be licensed per virtual machine (VM) and per hardware core, with a minimum of four cores per VM. This can be incredibly expensive. However, Microsoft licensing allows unlimited instances of SQL Server 2012 to run on the same physical or virtual machine without any additional licensing. But, creating new instances on a given machine is labor intensive, time-consuming, and instances can't be easily migrated to other resources. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to leverage application virtualization to simplify and improve application management across physical, virtual and cloud computing environments; resulting in dramatically enhanced performance, productivity, resource utilization and quality of service (QoS), as well as significant cost savings. If you want to stop overpaying Microsoft for SQL Server – this is the webinar for you!
About the Presenters:
Founder and Senior Analyst
Dragon Slayer Consulting
Marc Staimer is the Founder, Senior Analyst and CDS at Dragon Slayer Consulting in Beaverton, Ore. The consulting practice of 14 years has focused on the areas of strategic planning, product development and market development. With more than 32 years of marketing, sales and business experience in infrastructure, storage, server, software and virtualization, Staimer is considered one of the industry's leading experts and a much sought-after speaker. He is a frequent contributor to industry publications such as SearchCloudStorage, SearchStorage and other TechTarget publications, as well as a featured presenter the TechTarget Storage Decisions conferences held throughout the year.
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
A seasoned market veteran with over 20 years of experience with young, rapidly growing technology start-ups to established market leaders, Don Boxley is the Co-Founder and CEO of DH2i Company. Prior to DH2i, Boxley held senior marketing roles at Hewlett-Packard, where he was instrumental in sales and marketing strategies that resulted in dramatic revenue growth in HP's scale-out network-attached storage (NAS) business. Prior to HP, Boxley held senior marketing positions with a range of technology innovators including CoCreate Software, Iomega, TapeWorks Data Storage Systems and Colorado Memory Systems. Boxley holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Johnson School of Management, Cornell University.
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Based in Fort Collins, CO, DH2i Company is the leader in providing hypervisor-less application virtualization solutions that enable agile, always-on infrastructures where enterprise applications can move freely and transparently within and between heterogeneous physical, virtual and cloud environments, with very little interruption in service. Its flagship software product, DxConsole for SQL Server enables customers to create a private cloud utility that meets the high performance and availability needs of mission-critical SQL Server application environments. By addressing all capital and operational cost elements (CapEx and OpEx) associated with managing SQL Server, it lowers Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by over 50%. For further information, please visit: www.dh2i.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call: (970) 295-4505.
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