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SIOS Webinar Will Unveil Secrets for SQL High Availability Protection in VMware Without Raw Device Mapping

SIOS Technology Corp. (www.us.sios.com), the industry's leading provider of software products that help IT ensure the performance, efficiency, and high availability protection of business critical applications, today announced it will host a live one-hour webinar featuring SIOS clustering expert Tony Tomarchio who will reveal tips for achieving SQL Server high availability protection in VMware environments without the complexities of Raw Device Mapping.

Titled, "High Availability for SQL in VMware without Raw Device Mapping," this webinar will be held on Thursday, May 19 at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT.

To register, please visit here.

It is possible to have high availability (HA) protection for SQL in a VMware environment without the hassles of Raw Device Mapping (RDM). Creating shared storage clusters in a VMware environment means complex implementation using RDM and giving up important VMware features, such as Vmotion, but that doesn't have to be the case anymore.

In this webinar, SIOS clustering expert Tony Tomarchio will demonstrate an easy way to create a failover cluster in a VMware environment without the complexity or feature limitations of Raw Device Mapping.

About the Speaker

Tony Tomarchio is the director of field engineering for SIOS Technology. Tony is responsible for defining and delivering technical pre-sales services, support and best practices to SIOS customers, prospects and partners. Tony has more than a decade of experience providing systems management and high availability solutions to enterprise customers. Prior to joining SIOS, Tony served as the global sales engineering lead for the Oracle systems management practice. Tony joined Oracle through the acquisitions of Sun Microsystems and Aduva, Inc., where he served as the lead sales engineer / technical account manager and played a critical role in product adoption and evolution.

Published Tuesday, May 10, 2016 12:47 PM by David Marshall
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