SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 12, 2016) - SIOS Technology Corp. (www.us.sios.com), the industry's leading provider of software products that help IT ensure the performance, efficiency, and high availability protection of business-critical applications, today announced a live webinar featuring SIOS Director of Field Engineering Tony Tomarchio and Director of Product Management Jim Shocrylas who will discuss techniques for ensuring performance and capacity requirements in SQL Server VMware environments are met without over provisioning.
Titled, "Keys to Right Sizing Your SQL Server VMware Environment," this webinar will be held on Thursday, October 20 at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00 PM EDT. To register, please visit here.
According to leading analysts, companies are overprovisioning VMware environments by as much as 80%, wasting tens of thousands of dollars annually in unnecessary server and storage acceleration hardware, VMware and application licenses, and capacity. Under-provisioning is equally problematic -- causing performance issues and, putting failovers (and critical applications that rely on them) at risk.
Join this webinar to learn simple techniques for ensuring SQL Server performance and capacity requirements are met without over provisioning. Find out how to quickly determine how to strike the perfect balance to right size VMware environments while optimizing SQL Server performance. Learn about new machine learning based analytics tools that can provide a clear breakdown of current environments (vMem, vCPU, hosts, and more) and recommendations for a fully optimized environment with a detailed calculation of the savings.
About the Speakers
As the Director of Field Engineering for SIOS Technology, Tony Tomarchio is responsible for delivering technical pre-sales services, support, and best practices to SIOS customers and partners. Tony has more than a decade of experience in providing systems management and high availability solutions to enterprise customers and has helped numerous enterprises implement high availability and disaster protection for SQL Server. Prior to joining SIOS, Tony served as the global sales engineering lead for the Oracle systems management practice. Tony joined Oracle through the acquisitions of Sun Microsystems and Aduva, Inc., where he served as the lead sales engineer / technical account manager and played a critical role in product adoption and evolution.
Jim Shocrylas, director of product management at SIOS, has over 25 years in the IT industry, most recently as portfolio manager for EMC's Emerging Technologies Division. Jim drove the product portfolio vision, strategy for storage, network management and cloud solutions. Previous to EMC, Jim was director of product management at Sepaton and held senior positions at Hewlett Packard and GE in Sales and Business Development. Jim has an MBA from Northeastern University, and a Bachelor Degree in Computer Science from the University of Guelph.
About SIOS Technology Corp.
SIOS Technology Corp. makes software products that provide the insights and guidance IT managers need to manage and protect business critical applications in large, complex data centers. SIOS iQ is a machine learning analytics software that helps IT managers optimize performance, efficiency, reliability, and capacity utilization in virtualized environments. SIOS SAN and SANLess software is an essential part of any cluster solution that provides the flexibility to build Clusters Your Way™ to protect your choice of Windows or Linux environment in any configuration (or combination) of physical, virtual and cloud (public, private, and hybrid) without sacrificing performance or availability. Founded in 1999, SIOS Technology Corp. (http://us.sios.com) is headquartered in San Mateo, California, and has offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan.
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