As Microsoft’s rapid release cycle begins to heat up with upcoming releases of SQL Server 2014, Windows Server 2012 R2, and System Center 2012 R2, it’s clear that the cloud is becoming an ever deeper part of Microsoft’s server line. So far, in spite of the strong push by Microsoft and other vendors, most SQL Server professionals are pretty leery of the cloud. Part of the problem is that there are many cloud choices. There’s the public cloud, the private cloud, and the hybrid cloud. And if that wasn’t enough, there are multiple ways to implement each one.

Download this cloud guide from Michael Otey and learn:

  • Your Public Cloud Options
  • The Multiple Ways To Build Your Private Cloud
  • How Hybrid Cloud Combines Public & Private Cloud Features