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How to Monitor Always On Availability Groups with SQL Diagnostic Manager

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Sponsored by - IDERA

Webcast Abstract

High availability is part of an integrated solution to achieve the highest level of data availability and disaster recovery. Always On allows SQL Server administrators to automatically and manually failover a group of databases as a single unit with support for several secondary replicas. More and more organizations realize the importance of an investment in high availability to improve their operational performance and to reduce the impact of downtime when a disaster happens.

Join IDERA’s Rey Rios to learn how to monitor Always On availability groups, replicas, and databases with SQL Diagnostic Manager. View Always On health in a dedicated view, and warn about Always On issues with specialized alerts. Resolve past Always On problems with a history browser, and generate reports for Always On configuration topology and health.

Speaker - Rey Rios

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