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SQL Server Copy Data Management by Mike McGhee and Nutanix

Wed, May 16 2018 18:00 UTC

SQL Server Copy Data Management

SQL Server Copy Data Management Administrators frequently require multiple copies of SQL Server databases for the purposes of backup, disaster recovery, reporting, test and development. Methods for creating and managing these copies range from native SQL Server methods through third party software and hardware centric solutions. This session will discuss methods and management considerations for database copies including, restorable vs. restartable database copies, consistency technologies and copy management automation tools. Mike McGhee Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer, Nutanix Mike has 19 years of experience in the IT industry and is currently focused on assisting customers and partners better understand the core functionality of the Nutanix platform. Mike has responsibilities around stretched clustering solutions as well as the Microsoft ecosystem of products including Hyper-V. Prior to Nutanix, Mike worked for EMC as a Systems Engineer with a focus on storage technologies and their intersection with hybrid clouds. Mike has carried several certifications over the years including MCP, MCSE, MCDBA and NPP.


Mike McGhee

Mike McGhee Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer, Nutanix Mike has 19 years of experience in the IT industry and is currently focused on assisting customers and partners better understand the core functionality of the Nutanix platform. Mike has responsibilities around stretched clustering solutions as well as the Microsoft ecosystem of products including Hyper-V. Prior to Nutanix, Mike worked for EMC as a Systems Engineer with a focus on storage technologies and their intersection with hybrid clouds. Mike has carried several certifications over the years including MCP, MCSE, MCDBA and NPP.

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