SQL Server & Azure - L'âge de raison ?

French Intermediate Architecture

Le 17 novembre 2009 était annoncé Windows Azure Platform. Et SQL Server faisait partie des premiers services PaaS disponibles. Les services Azure nous permettent d'adapter des ressources, et donc les couts, à la charge de travail, ce qui n'est pas négligeable dans un environnement économique extrêmement fluctuant comme nous traversons à l'heure actuelle. Quelles solutions nous sont offertes par Azure pour héberger SQL Server. Un peu plus de 10 ans après, est-ce que les services SQL, PaaS ou IaaS sont matures ? A t'on atteint l'âge de raison et doit-on migrer ?


Christophe Laporte

SQL Server MVP & MCM, consultant & trainer

Christophe has worked with SQL Server since 1997, starting with SQL Server 6.5, focusing on HA, VLDBs, virtualization, performance tuning and architecture. In addition to his MCM certification, Christophe is also SQL MVP (since 2009), MCT (since 2000) and regular speaker( (Techdays, Journées SQL Server, SQLSaturday, MsCloudSummit, TechEd, PASS Summit)

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