SQL Server AlwaysOn for Dummies
Welcome to Microsoft's world of the buzzword. Yes, they've done it again and created another ambiguous term that no one really understands. AlwaysOn is a powerful group of highly available technologies, and in this presentation, we will delve into their murky world and reveal the technology behind the buzz.
Focusing specifically on the two key components of SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn in Failover Clustered Instances and Availability Groups, we will investigate their pre-requisites, setup, administration, use and
After this presentation you will have a good understanding of:
- Using Windows 2008, 2012 and Server Core
- Windows Clustering
- Failover Clustered Instances
- Availability Groups
- Readable Secondaries
- Clustering Tools and PowerShell
Dummies and higher are welcome!
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Mark Broadbent is a SQL Server MCM and speaker with extensive experience working with numerous HADR & upgrade solutions and deployments. In 2011 he was awarded Microsoft's Community Contributor award and in 2012 also received the PASS Outstanding Volunteer award. Mark currently serves as a PASS UK Regional Mentor, is the founder and event lead to SQLSaturday Cambridge (the UK's first SQLSaturday) and runs the Cambridgeshire SQL User Group which is a PASS Chapter. He has previously presented at SQLBits 7/8/9/X/XI, SQLRally 1/2, SQLRelay, PASS Summit 2011/12 and SQLSaturday's Lisbon, Dublin, Edinburgh, New York, Cambridge and Portland.
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