TA: Hosting Architects – Infrastructure and Database
Learn about how Window Server 2012 has specifically been developed for Hosting Service Providers to enable you to offer cloud services on a platform that supports multi-tenancy, management automation, and scalability. Learn about new business offers you can take to your customers as they are moving to the cloud including shared and dedicated servers, hybrid cloud and disaster recovery.
This guide explains how to build an infrastructure for hosting Microsoft SQL Server Database as a Service (DBaaS). By using the features of SQL Server 2014 and Hyper-V virtual machines with Microsoft System Center 2012, a hosting service provider can start with very small tenant databases and scale to meet the needs of the largest and busiest SQL Server applications. This reference architecture includes information about hardware, software, system design, and component configuration.
View this course and learn how hosting providers can build value-added high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) by taking advantage of new capabilities of SQL Server 2012. This session presents the three key scenarios for HA and DR service offers and how hosting partners can offer the optimal services for their customers’ needs with new SQL Server 2012 capabilities. The first scenario covers multi-site failover cluster Instance (FCI) for high availability and disaster recovery. The second scenario demonstrates an easy to deploy and manage option, covering how to use availability group for HA and DR with non-shared storage. As the third scenario, for large databases, hosting partners can use FCI for local HA and Availability Group for DR.
Provides guidance for building the infrastructure necessary for business continuity of Microsoft SQL Server databases from the point of view of a hosted service provider and tenant.
This assessment, for partner presales technical roles, tests knowledge and skills of Microsoft Data Platform technical hosting solutions, with an emphasis on SQL Server 2014 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
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