Come gestire ed estendere la propria data platform con Azure Arc

 
Italiano Introductory and overview IT

Sempre più spesso le aziende abbracciano una filosofia di hybrid cloud, che le vede utilizzare sia data center on-premises che più di un public cloud provider per gestire i propri workload. In questi scenari è forte l'esigenza del cosiddetto "single pane of glass", ossia l'utilizzo di strumenti gestione unificata e centralizzata che permettano di governare in maniera uniforme e trasparente le diverse piattaforme. Azure Arc è un servizio che si inserisce proprio in questo contesto, estendendo la control plane di Azure ai data center on-premises ed agli altri public cloud, ed offre interessantissimi servizi dedicati alla data platform. Vediamo insieme quali funzionalità possiamo utilizzare semplicemente per la gestione delle nostre istanze SQL Server, ovunque esse si trovino, e come possiamo integrare i servizi PaaS Azure SQL all'interno dei nostri data center.

Speaker

Marco Obinu

Azure MVP, Advisory Engineer @ Softjam S.p.A, Geek to the bone

Curious by nature, talkative geek who can speak in front of a public or a camera, in love with technology, especially Azure and SQL Server. I want to understand how things work and to solve problems by myself during work as in my many hobbies.

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