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SIOS Technical Evangelist to Present at Cloud Expo About Protecting SQL Server Deployments in the Cloud
SIOS Technology Corp. (www.us.sios.com), the industry's leading provider of software products that help IT optimize and protect business critical application environments, today announced Senior Technical Evangelist and Microsoft cloud and datacenter MVP, Dave Bermingham, will present a session about ensuring highly available SQL deployments in the cloud at Cloud Expo taking place next week in New York, NY.

Titled "Highly Available SQL Deployments in the Cloud - What You Need to Know," David's session will be held on Wednesday, June 8 at 8:30 AM at the Javits Center, New York, NY. For more information about the Cloud Expo or to register, visit here.

Moving business critical applications, such as Microsoft SQL Server, to virtual server and cloud environments, requires high availability and a solid disaster protection plan. This session will simplify the confusing array of availability and redundancy features offered in Windows Server Failover Clustering, SQL Server, and leading cloud and virtual server software vendors. Attendees will learn how to protect SQL Server and other Windows applications from downtime and disasters, all the while ensuring configuration flexibility and infrastructure efficiency.

About the Speaker
David Bermingham is recognized within the community as a high availability expert and has been honored by his peers by being elected to be a MVP since 2010 and most recently has been recognized as a Cloud and Datacenter MVP. David's work as technical evangelist at SIOS has him focused on evangelizing Microsoft high availability and disaster recovery solutions for both on premise and cloud deployments.

Published Thursday, June 02, 2016 10:57 AM by David Marshall
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