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SolarWinds All Set To Showcase Its Azure Monitoring Chops

SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, has announced today its intention to participate in the SQL Server Live! 360 2018 event.

The gathering is set to take place December 2 to 7 in Orlando, Florida.

The company will demonstrate the latest updates to its Microsoft Azure capabilities, which have been designed to provide a simple and powerful experience for full stack monitoring, root cause analysis as well as performance optimization for DevOps and IT professionals in all kinds of cloud environments.

On-premises, in the cloud or hybrid implementations.

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Thomas LaRock, Head Geek, SolarWinds:

“SolarWinds has been a trusted Microsoft partner for years; IT professionals and developers have trusted our tools for nearly 20 years. As more of us move to hybrid IT environments, the need to run, monitor, and secure servers and applications in the cloud will increase. These latest updates demonstrate how our solutions continue to evolve to address the ever-changing needs of IT operations and security teams, SysAdmins, DevOps, and managers alike.”

For the record, Redmond named him a 10-time Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for his deep commitment to helping others make the most of Microsoft technologies.

Point being, the guys knows his trade inside out.

And he will be attending the above event, offering attendants an opportunity to engage and discuss their cloud strategy. The company itself plans to highlight a number of its key solutions, including Cost Calculator for Azure, Database Performance Analyzer along with Server & Application Monitoring.

More information about SolarWinds is available on its website.

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