Multi-Tenant Databases and Data Center Modernization with SH – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 197

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Tim Henning, Director of Architecture and Engineering at SHI, joins us on this week’s Conversations in the Cloud to discuss new verified Lenovo configurations for Intel Select Solutions from SHI.

SHI is committed to helping customers modernize their data centers and prepare for future data growth. Tim discusses the new multi-tenant capabilities of the SQL version 2 environment, where multiple databases can run on the same server. He notes that using 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory requires less hardware, which is more efficient for customers. Tim values Intel Select Solutions because the pre-validated designs provide an easy to follow “cook book” for consistent and high-performing configurations.

To learn more about SHI’s solutions go to:
shi.com/intelselectsolutions

Explore Intel Select Solutions for SQL and other performance optimized configurations at:
intel.com/selectsolutions

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