Consolidating databases sql server
When the number of Enterprise SQL Servers begins to grow along with your business, it is often difficult to keep up.
A lack of coordination or database expertise can exacerbate problems associated with this growth.
The number of databases using MS SQL Server has exploded since its launch of version 2005 .
Its increased capability and reliability have made it the platform of choice for more critical enterprise applications, especially given the high fees and complex licensing of its Oracle competitor.
Upgrade to the Best Platform for Microsoft SQL Server Consolidation Accelerate application lifecycles and improve application quality of service by consolidating your SQL Servers on the private cloud VMware v Sphere.
With v Sphere, you can consolidate your SQL infrastructure by 4X to 20X and cut hardware and software costs by more than 50% while avoiding the painful compromises associated with traditional database consolidation.
In recent years, the shift towards server consolidation and virtualization has gained pace, and in the years ahead, the idea of a dedicated, non virtualized server may seem quite odd.Run SQL on v Sphere with the confidence that even large databases will perform well in virtual machines.IT departments have been undertaking database consolidation projects for many years, hoping to rein in the costs associated with rapidly increasing number and size of databases supporting a multitude of applications.Traditional consolidation requires significant lead time and overhead to prepare all databases to run on the shared environment and can negatively impact database availability and performance.Free your databases from the constraints of static, dedicated infrastructure to: Not only match, but exceed the performance of physical servers: More than 95% of database instances running on v Sphere will match the performance achieved on physical servers.
Consolidating and optimizing your servers will go a long way toward reducing the cost and complexity of your database environment.