Azure SQL VMs are still the cornerstone in several migration scenarios when, for different reasons, you can’t easily approach an Azure SQL PaaS approach.
Sizing an IaaS VM for SQL Server can be a challenging process: even with the latest improvements to the official images, you can leverage a huge variety of settings to create a highly performant and highly available system.
Let’s see together how to maximize the performance (and minimize costs) of your SQL VMs on Azure by leveraging the latest Azure features and the Microsoft best practices in this area.
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