Category: Microsoft Azure

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 […]

PostIt’s Just LEGO® . . .

This blog post is the fifth in a series that covers designing and implementing hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Microsoft Azure.   I’m sure you’re familiar with the famous brand and its product line of toys. You’ve probably seen one of the recent movies – The Lego® Movie and The […]

PostDon’t Click The Button Twice

This blog post is the fourth in a series that covers designing and implementing hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Microsoft Azure.   I couldn’t figure out why I got two of everything I purchased from Amazon – two copies of a book, two pieces of lavalier microphone, RAM modules for my […]

PostAre You (Still) In The Business Of Running Databases?

This blog post is the second in a series that covers designing and implementing hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Microsoft Azure.   As I was reading the news this week, it’s hard to ignore the announcement of General Motors laying off hundreds, if not thousands, of employees in their Michigan-based manufacturing plants. […]

PostGetting Into The “Dating Phase” with the Cloud

This blog post is the first in a series that covers designing and implementing hybrid SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions with Microsoft Azure.   I’m sure you’ve seen a lot of status updates on your social media feeds this past Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re searching for a new partner or in an […]

PostOutsourcing Your SQL Server Data Archival Process

When I first started driving in North America, one of the things that I noticed along the freeway is a self-storage facility. Having not seen one before, I asked my dad what they were for – they are space rented out on a short-term basis where you can keep your personal stuff. If people don’t have enough space […]

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