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Two many SQL Instances

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We have say 15 instances of SQL all other different servers all on different sp etc and data all over different servers some data on SAN

And i installed another 2 copies of SQL last week.

Is there a way to just have one copy of SQL...............and virtualize it.......

Anyone in same boat..............and have a better way of doing this....

I can see in a another year it be up to 30


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TRACEYMARY,
> Is there a way to just have one copy of SQL...............and virtualize it.......
No,


Aneesh R!
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>>Is there a way to just have one copy of SQL...............and virtualize it.......
No as aneesh said but you can have link server and replication if you want to centralize data.
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did not think so....................cheers
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I got ever server linked also and replication...all over place
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