For example, 100 servers may have one database each, with each database using 10% of hardware resources and 10% of an administrator's time.A team of DBAs must manage the SGA, database files, accounts, security, and so on of each database separately, while system administrators must maintain 100 different computers.Taken together, that's a very significant cost savings for your business.Large enterprises may use hundreds or thousands of databases.Flash Array//m eliminates layers of storage complexity for Microsoft SQL databases and Microsoft Exchange – speeding your business, streamlining administration and leapfrogging productivity.Consolidate your SQL applications on all-flash storage and eliminate storage silos required by antiquated disk-based architectures.Run SQL on v Sphere with the confidence that even large databases will perform well in virtual machines.
Because of improvements in hardware technology, especially the increase in the number of CPUs, servers are able to handle heavier workloads than before.
Each Virtual Machine can scale to 8 v CPUs and 256 GB of memory to support large IO intensive applications.
In addition, v Sphere maximizes the performance achieved from physical hosts by enabling multiple databases to efficiently share the large capacity of new multicore servers.
Learn how to design databases, secure databases, and keep them in tip-top shape, with SQL Server 2012.
Join Martin Guidry in this course, as he reviews each step in the process: from designing the infrastructure, a logical schema, and execution plan for the physical hardware, to using indexes to fine-tune performance and implementing policy-based management.