Platform for Hybrid Cloud with SQL Server 2014
IT Pros, are you curious about how moving to the cloud might give your organization cost benefits, with greater scale and flexibility? But does that move sound scary? Join this group of Microsoft experts who will show you how to take that journey to the cloud one step at a time. Learn how your organization can use SQL Server 2014 to create a hybrid environment and move from an on-premises data center at your own pace.

Course Outline:

  • Backup to Cloud
  • High Availability and Data Recovery in Windows Azure
  • SQL Server Data Files in Windows Azure
  • Deploy Database to Windows Azure Wizard
  • SQL Server Data Tools for Visual Studio
Instructor Team
Darmadi Komo | Microsoft Product Marketing Manager
Darmadi Komo has been with Microsoft for over 13 years, starting with Microsoft Consulting Services in Northern California; Partner, Technical Readiness in Southern California; Senior Product Technology Specialist for SQL Server in Singapore; and now Senior Technical Product Manager for SQL Server in Redmond, focusing on private cloud, virtualization, management, and security.
Evgeny Krivosheev | Microsoft Program Manager
Evgeny Krivosheev is a Program Manager working on the SQL Server Cloud Infrastructure team and responsible for deployment and migration. Evgeny has worked in the computer industry for more than 20 years, seven of those at Microsoft. He is currently working on both the database engine and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) projects.
George Li | Microsoft Program Manager
George is a Program Manager at Microsoft. A University of Waterloo graduate, he is working on easing users into In-Memory OLTP, as well as SQL Server virtualization and Infrastructure as a Service.
Xin Jin | Microsoft Program Manager
Xin Jin is a Program Manager on the SQL Server Enterprise and Tier 1 team. She has led the performance work stream of SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machine. Most recently, she has worked on delivering the Backup to Cloud and Managed Backup as a key hybrid feature in SQL 2014. Other areas she had worked on include backup service in the Windows Azure SQL Database, service health and resource management in a multi-tenancy environment, database consolidation and virtualization in private cloud, and scale-up and performance. Xin joined Microsoft in 2008 and prior to that she was working on her Ph.D. in database security at the University of Western Ontario in Canada.
Live Event Details
December 4, 2013
9:00am–5:00pm PST
What: Fast-paced live virtual session
Cost: Free
Audience: IT Professional
Prerequisites: Having a solid understanding of SQL is recommended