A recent survey, Linux Becomes a Player in the SQL Server World: PASS 2021 Survey on Microsoft SQL Server Platform Trends, by Unisphere Research, states that nearly one-third of SQL Server Database Administrators (DBAs) are running Microsoft SQL Server on Linux®, with the most popular distribution being Red Hat® Enterprise Linux. The same survey shows that we can expect the amount of SQL Server maintained in the cloud to double over the next two years.
In this webinar, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Red Hat will demonstrate how you can transition to SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS and benefit from increased flexibility, performance, and availability of a modern cloud platform.
In this webinar, we will cover how to:
Reduce costs by deploying SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS
Use Red Hat Enterprise Linux to deliver SQL Server performance and availability on AWS
Select the appropriate Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances and options for your SQL Server workloads
Live event date: Wednesday, August 18, 2021 | 12 p.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
Principal Product Manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat
Louis is a Product Manager at Red Hat, focusing on Microsoft SQL Server and database workloads. He is responsible for working with Microsoft and Red Hat engineering teams to ensure that SQL Server performance, availability, and management is optimized on Red Hat platforms. For more than 30 years, Louis has worked in technical support, engineering, software architecture, and product management on a wide range of OS, management, security, and storage software projects. He joined Red Hat as part of the acquisition of Permabit Technology Corporation, where he was Vice President of Product.
Principal Partner Solutions Architect, Linux, Amazon Web Services
David is an AWS Partner Solution Architect with more than eight years experience, focusing on open source software and upstream contributions. He is responsible for the technical strategy and governance of open source platform partners. David is a key Red Hat advocate at AWS, collaborating with Red Hat and their joint customers to define and manage technical adoption of solutions on the AWS environment.