PostGuest on Brent Ozar’s Office Hours

I was privileged to join one of Brent Ozar’s Office Hours podcast. In case you’re not aware, Brent and his amazing team host weekly podcasts where you can ask your SQL Server-related questions. Since I was joining in, attendees were encouraged to ask SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery-related questions. Here’s the video recording […]

PostThe Smart Way to Troubleshoot SQL Server Cluster and Always On Availability Group Outages

A few weeks ago, I was trying to figure out why my Korg X50 music workstation was not sending MIDI data to my MacBook Pro. While the Korg X50 has its own sound library and can function without the MacBook, the use of software made it easy for me to do audio recordings. But what […]

PostHow the Client-Server Model Can Help Make SQL Server Always On Availability Group Replica Configuration A Lot Easier

One of the most common error you’ll encounter when you try to join a SQL Server instance as a replica in an Always On Availability Group is the dreaded Error 35250. You’ll find a ton of blog posts and articles on how to resolve this particular error. The goal of this blog post is not […]

PostUpcoming Virtual Training Class: SQL Server Always On Availability Groups: The Senior DBA’s Field Guide

In partnership with Brent Ozar (Twitter | blog). The idea behind this partnership started last year when Brent was kind enough to spend one Saturday morning with me over breakfast at the Bar Siena Restaurant in Chicago. I have been thinking about launching my online course – Windows Server Failover Clustering for the Smart SQL Server […]

PostYour First Cloud Pit Stop

I started this blog post series with one thing in mind: help SQL Server administrators prepare for the journey towards the cloud. I may be a little bit ambitious to use hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) solutions as a starting point.  But since SQL Server HA/DR solutions have been around for a […]

PostWhen You’re Moving

This blog post is the sixth in a series that covers designing and implementing hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Microsoft Azure.   We’ve moved quite a bit as a family within the last 15 years – from moving between cities, different countries to different continents. Each move was different. The first […]

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