SQL Server and Networking High Availability\Disaster Recovery Best Practices
DH2i sponsored on-demand webinar
Do you think you can handle Failover Clustering and Availability Groups? Think again. Your job description as a SQL Server DBA has just changed. In this demo-centric webcast, youíll see how networking aspects such as Active Directory and DNS play very important roles when implementing a SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery (HA/DR) solution. You will want to be confident enough to have a conversation with your Domain Administrator to make sure your SQL Server databases meet their recovery objectives and service level agreements.
In this webcast, you will learn:
- Knowledge - How knowing more than SQL Server is critical for HA and DR
- Networking - How Active Directory and DNS affect your SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery implementation
- Security - The minimum permissions required in Active Directory to create a Failover Cluster and Availability Group
- Preparation - How to pre-stage Active Directory virtual computer objects in a secure environment
- Pitfalls - Common issues you will encounter in Active Directory and DNS when implementing Failover Clustering or Availability Groups
- Objectives - Active Directory and DNS replication meet your database recovery objectives
Speaker - Edwin Sarmiento and Carl Berglund
Edwin 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.
Carl Berglund is a senior technical business development leader with over 20 years of experience helping organizations implement complex enterprise infrastructures. He helps organizations reduce spend on overall SQL Server lifecycle costs while reducing risk and maximizing infrastructure ROI.
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