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Professional SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery

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Learn
  • Configure and troubleshoot Replication, AlwaysOn, and Log Shipping
  • Study the best practices to implement HA and DR solutions
  • Design HA and DR topologies for the SQL Server and study how to choose a topology for your environment
  • Use T-SQL to configure replication, AlwaysOn, and log shipping
  • Migrate from On-Premise SQL Server to Azure SQL Database
  • Manage and maintain AlwaysOn availability groups for extended database mirroring
About

Professional SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery explains the high availability and disaster recovery technologies available in SQL Server: Replication, AlwaysOn, and Log Shipping. You’ll learn what they are, how to monitor them, and how to troubleshoot any related problems. You will be introduced to the availability groups of AlwaysOn and learn how to configure them to extend your database mirroring. Through this book, you will be able to explore the technical implementations of high availability and disaster recovery technologies that you can use when you create a highly available infrastructure, including hybrid topologies. Note that this course does not cover SQL Server Failover Cluster Installation with shared storage.

By the end of the book, you’ll be equipped with all that you need to know to develop robust and high performance infrastructure.

Features
  • Explore more than 20 real-world use cases to understand SQL Server features
  • Get to grips with the SQL Server Always On technology
  • Learn how to choose HA and DR topologies for your system
Page Count 564
Course Length 16 hours 55 minutes
ISBN9781789802597
Date Of Publication 31 Jan 2019

Authors

Ahmad Osama

Ahmad Osama works for Pitney Bowes Pvt Ltd as a database engineer and is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP. In his day to day job at Pitney Bowes, he works on developing and maintaining high performance on-premises and cloud SQL Server OLTP environments, building CI/CD environments for databases and automation. Other than his day to day work, he regularly speaks at user group events and webinars conducted by the Dataplatformlabs community.