If you’re like most, Microsoft SQL Server plays a vital role in your organization. SQL Server is your hub of data and it requires high performing, and flexible storage solutions that can scale as your data needs grow.
However, this can be costly. Add to this, time spent on routine maintenance processes, complex management of three-tier infrastructure and you get a time consuming and expensive solution.
So, if you want to deploy SQL Server or upgrade your current SQL Server to the next version, it makes sense to also update your infrastructure. Doing so allows you to evaluate your business as a whole for today, tomorrow, and beyond. And your application capabilities play a large part of that.