Tag: high-availability

Post3 Types of Microsoft High Availability Technologies

Every now and then I get questions about how to implement load balancing with SQL Server databases. Because organizations want to maximize their IT investments, a standby server is almost always a red flag – it’s an idle asset. Hence, the questions about load balancing workloads on SQL Server databases to maximize the resource utilization on […]

PostWhy Performance Optimization Should Be Included In Every High Availability Strategy

A couple of years ago, when my friend SQL Server MVP and Microsoft Certified Master Amit Bansal (Twitter | Facebook) delivered a high availability training in Singapore, I asked if I could take a look at the course outline so I can justify attending. Back then, I was responsible for managing several SQL Server 2000 […]

PostNOW AVAILABLE: Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) for the Smart SQL Server DBA

SQL Server features like Availability Groups and Failover Clustered Instances rely heavily on Windows Server Failover Clustering. A deep understanding of the underlying principles and fundamental technologies spell the difference between successful implementations and horrible disasters. This advanced, deep-dive course  is designed for both beginners as well as advanced senior IT administrators, SQL Server DBAs […]

PostEnd-to-End SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery

High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) is an area that every SQL Server DBA needs to be comfortable with, especially when dealing with mission-critical database systems. One cannot wait until a real disaster strikes before learning how to deal with it. This advanced, deep-dive course is designed for SQL Server DBAs and system administrators to […]

PostData Types and How They Affect HA/DR

I previously wrote about Data Types and How They Affect Database Performance which was a way to get database developers to think about the small things that affect overall performance. As a high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) professional myself, I like to think of how data types affect database availability and recoverability. The fact […]

PostSQL Server 2012 High Availability Webcast Resources Now Available

There have been requests from attendees of last week’s webcast to make the resources available for download. If you’ve attended or viewed (thru MSSQLTips.com’s recording) my webcast on SQL Server 2012 High Availability with AlwaysOn, you can download the resources – Windows-based client application together with the Visual Studio 2010 project files, batch files to […]

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