SQL Server en Azure: IaaS vs PaaS ¿Cuál me conviene?

Spanish Intermediate Data & AI

En esta sesión compararemos las opciones de implementar una base de datos PaaS e IaaS y ver cuál es la mejor opción en base a ciertos criterios.


Jesus Gil

Principal Data Architect at Dr Rudo SQL

Jesus Gil is an MVP since July 2010, consultant with experience of more than 20 years on the databases management and more than 15 years with Microsoft SQL Server (from version 7). He is coauthor of the SQL Server 2012 Upgrade Technical Guide and the SQL Server 2014 Upgrade Technical Guide. Recently I've authored 4 courses for Microsoft Partner University LATAM talking about End of support He's an usual speaker for SQL Saturday around LATAM

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