Understanding SQL Server Core Licensing: A New Model Discussion with Miro Consulting

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Licensing options with SQL Server including how Microsoft SA holders benefit.

SQL Server 2012 was made available this April, but what does this mean for licensing and how does it affect your environment?

SQL Server 2012 was made available this April, but what does this mean for licensing and how does it affect your environment? In a free educational seminar, Miro Consulting's senior analyst, Tim Hegedus, will discuss:

  •     Optimizing SQL Server 2012 licensing
  •     Changes in SQL Server 2012 licensing, including per processor model
  •     Differentiation between SQL Server licensing models
  •     SQL server deployment scenarios
  •     Migration options
  •     Benefits for Microsoft Software Assurance holders

WHO:
Tim Hegedus, Senior Analyst, Miro Consulting, Inc.

WHEN:
June 12, 2012
1 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. ET

WHERE:
To register and attend, go to http://bit.ly/JztGy7

HOSTED BY:
Miro Consulting, Inc. is an IT asset management consultancy focused on lowering the total cost of ownership through hardware and software optimization. Miro specializes in Oracle and Microsoft licensing management & Oracle hardware assets. Services include, but are not limited to Microsoft and Oracle license assessments; contract negotiations; technology evaluations; hardware management programs; and virtualization consulting. Since 2000, Miro has helped 500+ clients optimize their total cost of ownership and has overseen over $1.5 billion in Oracle and Microsoft transactions. For more information about Miro, go to http://www.miroconsulting.com

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