Transforming the Datacenter Roadshow



In the face of an exploding need for technology that supports the business, we need to transform the datacenter to increase agility and make it easier to deliver resources faster. Today, every area of the business, from marketing to sales to human resources, depends on technology.  As a result, the need for IT resources is growing steadily.  The move to cloud computing reflects the trend: as business requirements grow, a flexible option for keeping up with that growth is by accessing cloud capacity.


We are all seeing trends that reflect the growth of cloud—the question is: how can IT build a cloud strategy that makes sense? And just as important, how can IT continue to take advantage of the strengths of today’s datacenter while evolving to a new hybrid cloud model?  One critical step is upgrading older resources.  Now is especially timely for an upgrade as July 14, 2015 marks the end of support date for Windows Server 2003. This provides a wonderful opportunity for you to modernize your infrastructure. 


Please join us and learn how Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 and SQL Server 2014 provide great options for reducing cost and complexity, as well as simplifying management. As we mark one year until Windows Server 2003 end of support, we want customers to feel confident that they have a great path forward.  During this event, you’ll learn the options for migration and identifying which is the best path to choose for transforming your datacenter.

Language(s):  English. 
Product(s):   Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft System Center and Windows Server. 
Audience(s):  Architect, Deployment Specialist, IT Decision Maker, IT Implem_Infrastructure Spec, IT Implem_IT Generalist, IT Manager and Tech Support - Partners. 



Date & Time

Saturday, August 02, 2014

10:00 AM to 5:30 PM.


Sumant Moolgaokar Auditorium,



403, Senapati Bapat Road,

Pune. 411016

Maharashtra, India

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