Achieve SQL Server 2008 High Availability and Disaster Recovery - technical case study
Achieving maximum availability and near immediate recovery from a disaster is essential for maintaining our revenue stream. Service Management principles must be worked hard to eliminate all single points of failure in architecture, and developed procedures for patching servers, upgrading software, and implementing application changes that preserve high availability. Based on these efforts, you can achieve 99.99 percent uptime, including both planned and unplanned downtime.
This session covers the decisions and procedures that are employed to maintain maximum availability with minimal downtime. This information will be of interest to senior IT managers, project leads, architects, and database administrators (DBAs). All the content is presented from my own experience and industry best practices, it will sum up a great deal of procedures to achieve high availability and disaster recovery.
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SQL Server MVP and Subject Matter Expert with consulting & technical expertise for Databases, Business Intelligence & Architecture solutions with over 19+ years of experience. My work experience inclduesa wide range of industries, including the stock exchange, insurance, tele-communications, financial, retail, and manufacturing sectors, among others.
A regular Speaker and SME volunteer at major technology conferences such as Microsoft Tech-Ed (Europe, India and North America), SQL PASS (Europe and North America), SQL Bits – UK and manages Scottish Area SQL Server user group based in Scotland. A moderator in majority of web based SQL Server forums (Microsoft Technet & www.sql-server-performance.com), writer, contributing editor & blogs at www.sqlserver-qa.net, www.sql-server-performance.com and www.beyondrelational.com websites.
Author of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Administration cookbook (released May 2011) - www.packtpub.com
Author - Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services Cube Security How-to - www.packtpub.com
Co-Author of MVP Deep Dives SQL Server Volume II from Manning Publications.
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