March 2020 Roundup: Migrating to Azure, SQL Server Safety Check, When to use SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines


Despite all the work we have done helping respond to COVID-19 we know many clients need further assistance. To assist clients, we are providing Cloud Beacon as a complimentary service for the length of the pandemic.

Ebook: Migrating SQL Server to Azure


Azure will is a perfect match for you business thanks to the advanced capabilities and intelligence of the platform. To avoid making the wrong decisions, it is important to have an understanding of the migration process.

10 Things your DBA should be doing to prepare for COVID-19


As COVID-19 continues to spread, disruption to business is inevitable. This will present changes for businesses, but also opportunities for businesses to improve and implement best practices that will ensure a resilient and reliable SQL Server environment.

Remote Azure and SQL Server Training

Remote Azure and SQL Server Training

WARDY IT Solutions offers the latest remote training technology to enable students to attend any of our Azure and SQL Server courses in a location that suits them.  These remote courses are led by our world class instructors and are delivered through a high-definition experience with real-time access to our trainers enabling you to attend the training from anywhere.

How WARDY IT Solutions can help you to prepare for COVID-19

How WARDY IT Solutions can help you to prepare for COVID-19

As the impact of COVID-19 increases around the world WARDY IT Solutions is taking numerous steps to ensure the continuity of our service. We have restricted business travel and are encouraging hygiene practices in our offices. We have also successfully tested our Business Continuity Plans and confirmed that all areas of our business are able […]

February 2020 Roundup: Azure Managed Instance, Azure SQL Database Healthcheck and ADF Deployment with DevOps

february 2020 sql roundup

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