I have spent the last two weeks on holidays with my family in Lucca, Italy. When in Europe I am always amazed by the age of the buildings and how they are still standing after so long.
At Microsoft Ignite the Public Preview of SQL Server 2019 was announced. This new version of SQL Server is designed to assist organisations manage the increased volume and variety of data. With this new release of SQL Server, SQL Server 2008 R2 will be five versions old. As one Australian government department recently found out running legacy software not only limits […]
Would you like Microsoft to pay for migrating your workloads to the Cloud? WARDY IT Solutions have been awarded as one of the exclusive Azure Accelerator partners worldwide to assist organisations with the migration of their database workloads to Azure Data Services. Using this Azure Accelerator program, WARDY IT Solutions can potentially fund your migration […]
If you are trying to work out how you will modernise your Data Platform and introduce Advanced Analytics into your plans for FY19, then WARDY IT Solutions is offering a complimentary whiteboard session to help you define the “How”.
The nucleus of any digital transformation project is a modern data platform to enable data-driven decisions. However, over 50% of SQL Server instances deployed are SQL Server 2008 R2 or earlier. Azure SQL Database Managed Instance is a new capability of Azure SQL Database which allows existing SQL Server customers to lift and shift their […]
I am currently renovating a cottage that was originally built in 1890. One of the challenges is that fixing one problem, often uncovers even more as many changes have been made to the house over the last 120 years and they are not evident on the surface.
As someone who has recently moved to a new house, I am well aware of the effort involved to move from one location to another. Despite the effort, it was certainly worthwhile; we now have more space, a pool and great local cafes in walking distance.
There has been no rest for IT teams over the festive season. The announcement of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities came while many people were still recovering from their New Year hangovers, catching some organisations by surprise.