Tag: sql-server

PostUsing the Cluster Preparation Checklist for Deploying SQL Server Failover Clustered Instances and Always On Availability Groups

Failing to plan is planning to fail Designing and deploying high availability solutions takes a lot of preparation and planning. Whenever I do presentations that involve demos of creating SQL Server failover clustered instances (FCIs) and Availability Groups (AGs,) I emphasize that while the demo only takes less than 20 minutes to complete, it takes […]

PostHelpful Techniques on SQL Server Database Recovery

This video is a compilation of different database recovery techniques that SQL Server DBAs should be familiar and comfortable with. We will look at recovering a database to a specific point in time, isolating critical objects or using table partitioning as an HA/DR option (more commonly called online piecemeal restore) and performing page-level restores. I […]

PostGiving away FREE Access to my SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course – Round 2

Last year, as part of launching my very first online course, I gave away FREE access to my SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course. I’m doing it again this year but with a totally different reason. Here’s why. I’ve been very active in the SQL Server community in one way or another. […]

PostCreating a SQL Server 2012 Availability Group Article on CanITPro.net

I’ve been wanting to write for the CanITPro.net website for quite sometime now, primarily because there hasn’t been any new content on SQL Server on the site lately. The Canadian IT Pro and developer communities are very vibrant and active, thanks to the effort of Canadian Microsoft MVPs Jean-René Roy (blog) (DevTeach/SQLTeach) and D’Arcy Lussier (Twitter | […]

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