You learned how to set up servers on your own just by watching YouTube videos and reading Microsoft documentation, articles, and blog posts. But since you have very limited experience, you don’t have the confidence to take on more advanced roles, telling yourself…
“I’ve never implemented it before”
“I don’t really get much experience with setting up and installation”
“I have no real-world experience”
“I don’t know anything about how to set up & configure infrastructures”
“I’m unfamiliar with designing, implementing and managing, not sure where to begin”
“I’m just blindly following instructions left by another sysadmin and not sure if what I’m doing is right”
“I haven’t done it in production yet”
“I am having trouble setting up a good test environment as I am not familiar with a lot of the configuration and set up involved.”
My lack of knowledge is my biggest frustration
I’ve got you covered.
This training will WALK YOU through the process of building a personal lab for deploying SQL Server on a Windows Server Failover Cluster – FAST.
Inside this in-depth training, I’ll show you EVERYTHING you need to know to have the skills, experience, and unwavering confidence to:
– Enhance your skills and build a Microsoft infrastructure environment from the ground up so you can have enough real-world experience…even if you’ve never done it before.
– Have the BEST way to create your own emulated multi-data center setup so you can gain experience with implementation…without waiting for years
– Properly configure Active Directory, DNS, networking and how they all work together so you can stop being frustrated about second guessing yourself. You can have the confidence to provide expert-level guidance to challenging infrastructure problems …even if you’re just starting out and you don’t have any experience.
– Easily deploy complex Windows Server Failover Cluster architectures so you can provide SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery solutions.
– Troubleshoot infrastructure-related problems quickly without wasting time on Google searching for answers and not worry about causing more issues. Stop wasting hours reading confusing Microsoft KB articles and documentation.
How To Build A Personal Lab for Deploying SQL Server on a Windows Server Failover Cluster