SQL Server-as-a-Service

Virtualized private cloud infrastructure that consolidates SQL Server to lower TCO and maximize performance. Enjoy pay-as-you-go pricing with complete control and on-demand scalability.

SQL Server sprawl and other challenges

SQL Server’s ease of use can be overshadowed by backend infrastructure challenges:

  • Infrastructure and complexity creep. As business demand grows, storage and infrastructure must be added to maintain SLAs, leading to inefficiency.
  • High TCO. Spiraling infrastructure expansion drives up CapEx (licensing and hardware) and OpEx (space, power, cooling, and management).
  • Performance risk. DBAs often resist virtualizing SQL Server, fearing performance degradation and loss of control.
  • Inefficient scaling. Adding infrastructure requires more core servers, resulting in higher licensing costs.

Maximize SQL Server with the right platform

SQL Server-as-a-Service delivered from a hyperconverged platform provides high performance and flexibility at lower costs:

  • Infrastructure consolidation. Less infrastructure due to consolidation and virtualization.
  • Lower capital expenditure. Pay-as-you-go subscription pricing reduces overall costs.
  • Greater power and performance. All-flash architecture provides granular control over IOPS.
  • Linear scaling. Add performance or storage capacity as needed, on demand.
  • Reduced licensing costs. Consolidate deployed cores so that you pay only for what you use.
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