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Database consolidation can take many forms, but getting the most out of your available resources is always the goal. Read this e-book to learn about your SQL Server consolidation options. Get the latest information on SQL Server and advice from our experts in this e-book.   Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Consolidating databases into a single SQL instance
  • Consolidating multiple instances onto a single SQL server
  • Consolidating multiple physical servers into a single physical server using Hyper-V or VMware
  • When is consolidation not the right option?

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