Database Replication-What, How and Why
Database replication doesn't get much attention, especially now that the AlwaysOn features have been released into the wild. However, replication offers another way to make data available on multiple servers/locations that steps outside of "normal" HA/DR scenarios.
This session will explain what database replication is, what the different parts are that make up the replication architecture and when/why you would use replication.
The content will be valid for all versions of SQL Server from 2005 onward.
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William Durkin is a SQL Server DBA with 8 years experience starting with SQL Server 2000, born in the UK and now based in Germany. The most recent/intresting project was creating a world-wide, 12 site transactional replication system (buy me a drink and I'll tell you the story).
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