Link up with Linux : Optimize resources on Linux with Microsoft SQL Server 2017

Unify your platforms through consolidation

Think about just how much you saved AND GAINED when you consolidated SQL Server on Windows. What if you could extend those benefits over your Linux platform as well? Imagine the budget you could reallocate with only one database to manage. Imagine the projects you could complete by redeploying talent. The latest release of SQL Server 2017 runs on Linux, so you don’t have to imagine anymore.

Apply SQL Server skills across your entire platform and redeploy talent

Today you run a duplicative IT department with two sets of staff who do the same tasks everyday but on different databases. What if you could redeploy one of those teams to more strategic projects instead? What could you accomplish?

By migrating your workloads to SQL Server 2017 on Linux, you can effectively unify your platform through consolidation AND consolidate the time your team spends on redundant management and administration tasks.

Realize exceptional value & performance with SQL Server 2017

Migrating the applications and workloads you now run on Linux to SQL Server 2017 on Linux is more than a smart consolidation play; it’s a new way forward. SQL Server 2017 delivers enterprise ready, breakthrough performance that handles your most important business critical applications at the lowest total cost of ownership.

The Microsoft data platform, built on SQL Server 2017, brings advanced capabilities to your mission critical apps by enabling workload mobility on flexible data platforms and real-time predictive analytics for data-driven insights. SQL Server offers the best price for performance by providing all the latest features and capabilities that you want such as in-database R Server, end-to-end mobile BI, in-memory OLTP and Columnstore, leading security features and more, built-in at no extra cost.

Migrate to SQL Server and the Microsoft data platform on your terms

Migrating Linux applications and workloads to SQL Server 2017 to realize the benefits of consolidation and unification doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing endeavor. SQL Server’s underlying technology works with other platforms to facilitate interoperability with existing assets, so you can grow and migrate on your terms.

Microsoft’s integrated on-premises and cloud solutions allow you to select the best choice for today while making it easy to evolve and change for tomorrow. Whichever strategy you choose for moving forward, Microsoft offers the tools and support to make your transition as smooth as possible at every step along the way.

Start by moving secondary databases to Linux with Always On Groups

New with this release, SQL Server 2017 enables Always On Groups for Linuxand Windowsto ensure high-availability and disaster recovery capabilities. Now you can use your existing Linux platform as your secondary for failover and save.

Case study: Convergent Computing (CCO), a strategy and technology consulting firm, moved second-tier internal databases to SQL Server on Linux to handle archived data. The move reduced archive costs by 80 percent and shortened the ROI to less than nine months. Read the full study here:

Interested in exploring whether or not the new announcement about Linux could benefit you?

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