SQL Server high availability with AlwaysOn - First Look

Fusion-io sponsored on-demand webinar

Webcast Abstract

SQL Server Denali (SQL Server 2012) introduces several new features designed to provide High Availability for database architectures that leverage localized storage like ioMemory by Fusion-io, combining high availability with ultra-high performance. In this webcast, we will explore the new AlwaysOn Availability Groups feature for high availability and disaster recovery and how read-only access to secondary database mirror replicas can dramatically increase productivity.

Speaker - Edwin Sarmiento

dwin M Sarmiento is a Microsoft SQL Server MVP and Microsoft Certified Master from Ottawa, Canada specializing in high availability, disaster recovery and system infrastructures running on the Microsoft server technology stack ranging from Active Directory to SharePoint and anything in between. He is very passionate about technology, but has interests in music, professional and organizational development, leadership and management matters when not working with databases.


"All the main topics of the new feature were covered with a deep level of information in a clear way."
Marcello D. - Brazil
"Now I have a clear understanding of what AlwaysOn is and what it can do."
Doug P. - North Carolina, USA
"Great job explaining scripts used and the process involved in setting up Always-On feature"
Terry S - Georgia, USA
"A very complete explanation of the Availability Groups setup. This is the feature I'm most excited about using with SQL Server 2012."
Ryan A. - California, USA
"It explained the "always on" concept very well."
Brett V. - Nebraska, USA
"Excellent presentation."
John G. - Georgia, USA
"This was a good, quick demo for this new feature."
Iunjun M. - Ontario, Canada
"Very few things are new to me, but I really enjoyed the presentation."
Rajat J. - India
"This exceeded my expectations! Edwin was a great presenter and the demos were excellent."
Thomas F. - Massachusetts, USA

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