Among PaaS and IaaS, we have many SQL Server Cloud options: Azure SQL Db, SQL Server Managed Instance and Virtual Machines. How should we choose between them? How should we manage them? Let's discover the best approaches to use SQL Server on the cloud
Dennes is a DBA and Data Platform MVP living in Malta who loves SQL Server and software development and has more than 20 years of experience. He moved to Malta after more than 10 years leading devSQL PASS Chapter in Rio de Janeiro and now is a member of the leadership team of MMDPUG PASS Chapter in Malta organizing meetings, events, and webcasts about SQL Server. He is an MCT, MCSE in Data Platforms and BI, with more titles in software development. He can be found working for Betsson Group and speaking in SQL Saturdays around Europe
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