Are you worried about failures with SQL Serverís high availability?
Microsoft markets a variety of SQL Server availability technologies under the term Always On. The Always On features help to achieve a certain level of high availability. However, 100% uptime is not a realistic expectation. Additionally, it is not merely up to the feature to remain online. It requires an effort to make it useful. The two main Always On features are Availability Groups and Failover Cluster Instances. Achieving high availability with these two features requires proper planning, proper hardware, and a solid understanding of the technology.
Join us to learn how to avoid pitfalls with SQL Serverís Always On that can cause unexpected failures. With SQL Diagnostic Manager for SQL Server, monitor Always On availability groups, availability databases, and availability replicas.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
8:00:00 PM UTC | 3:00:00 PM EST
David Terry is a Sr. Systems Engineer and Product Trainer at Idera Software, responsible for helping enterprise customers implement SQL Server and administration tools. Prior to Idera David worked extensively as an IT consultant with Microsoft enterprise systems, Systems Management and Development disciplines, as well as having extensive experience in SQL Server administration and Web application development. Davidís wide-ranging experience covers a variety of activities including database administration, software training, search engine optimization, systems integration, and .NET Web application development.
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