Whether you currently host your SQL Server in the Cloud or are considering moving it to the cloud, here are a few guidelines that can lead you to select the right hosting provider for your specific requirements.
Database Software Requirements
…you are all set. If not, be sure you are confident that the hosting provider can ask the right questions to provide optimum performance for your company.
Are you ready to go to the cloud? The right hosting company must have access to the right experts and deep experience in the Cloud. This is why we’ve built a strong, trusted relationship with VAZATA. They are the hardware/hosting expert and we are their trusted SQL partner. VAZATA is a very responsive and knowledgeable hosting provider.
Here is an actual client example:
Despite having a very important SQL Server backend, an information services company did not have a SQL Database Administrator, and they had multiple application servers in their environment heavily utilizing that SQL backend. Plus, many of the applications they were running were outdated, but could benefit from better hardware. Based on their needs, there was no cost justification to bring in a full-time SQL Database Administrator. This company leveraged ISI’s SQLRx to provide that service. VAZATA enhanced their experience when they moved all of the company’s virtual servers into the VAZATA private cloud environment, and the customer immediately started to see better performance. Equally important, based on recommendations from ISI’s SQLRx team, they adjusted some of the infrastructure resources (CPU, RAM, and Storage) to obtain the best performance possible in the most cost-effective way for the amount of users accessing the system.
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