SolarWinds at Microsoft Ignite 2019

October 22, 2019

SolarWinds at Microsoft Ignite 2019

Microsoft Ignite is taking place November 4 – 8 in Orlando, and SolarWinds will be there to share the latest in IT management, from IT operations to outsourced IT and cloud management. Stop by booth 935 to chat with product experts, Head Geek Patrick Hubbard, and me; try a product demo; and pick up some swag.

The worldwide leader in network management software*, SolarWinds has spent 20 years building software that just plain works. Built by IT pros, for IT pros, our software is designed to solve today’s problems and make IT look easy.

And if your organization is planning a cloud migration, you won’t want to miss my presentation “Happy Little Clouds: Application Migrations Done Right.” Reports like the SolarWinds IT Trends Report and the THWACK customer survey show people are moving to the cloud, and we want to help them do so smoothly. I’ll cover the five crucial steps for a successful cloud migration (Discovery, Access, Right-sizing, Monitoring, and Analytics) on Wed. Nov. 6 at 1:15 p.m. ET in Theater D.

See you there!

*IDC-defined Network Management Software functional market. IDC’s Worldwide Semiannual Software Tracker, April 2019, 2H 2018.

Thomas LaRock is a Head Geek at SolarWinds and a Microsoft® Certified Master, Microsoft Data Platform MVP, VMware® vExpert, and former Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry as a programmer, developer, analyst, and database administrator. LaRock has spent much of his career focused on data and database administration, which led to his being chosen as a Technical Evangelist for Confio Software in 2010, where his research and experience helped to create the initial versions of the software now known as SolarWinds® Database Performance Analyzer. LaRock has served on the board of directors for the Professional Association for SQL Server® (PASS), and is an avid blogger, author, and technical reviewer for numerous books about SQL Server management. He now focuses on working with customers to help resolve problems and answer questions regarding database performance tuning and virtualization for SQL Server, Oracle®, MySQL®, SAP®, and DB2®. He’s made it his mission to give IT and data professionals longer weekends.