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Implementing a SANLess SQL Server Cluster in Under an Hour

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Sponsored by - SIOS

Webcast Abstract

Join Kendal Van Dyke as he shares how to migrate a replication distributor from a standalone instance to a clustered instance in under an hour. Drawing from real world experience, Kendal’s use case is a company that needed to implement a failover cluster to protect their SQL Server replication distributor and the applications that rely on it during a strict one-hour window – and without causing disruption to ongoing business processes or slowing performance. Kendal describes the customer’s HA needs, options and why a SIOS SANLess cluster was the solution of choice.

Speaker - Kendal Van Dyke

Kendal Van Dyke is a Principal Consultant at UpSearch, a Microsoft Cloud and Database Platform Partner.  Kendal is passionate about helping leaders use Microsoft’s SQL Server to solve complex problems that protect, unlock and optimize data’s value.  Since 1999, Kendal has specialized in SQL Server database management solutions.  He excels at disaster recovery, high availability planning/implementation and debugging/troubleshooting mission critical SQL Server environments.  He currently serves the SQL Server community as Founder and President of MagicPass, the Orlando, FL based chapter of the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS).  Since 2008, Kendal has operated a SQL Server focused blog at http://www.kendalvandyke.com/.

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