Category: SQL Server Disaster Recovery

Giving away FREE Access to my SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course – Round 2

Last year, as part of launching my very first online course, I gave away FREE access to my SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course. I’m doing it again this year but with a totally different reason. Here’s why. I’ve been very active in the SQL Server community in one way or another. […]

Two SQL Server Webcasts from MSSQLTips.com

I’ve done two SQL Server webcasts for my friends at MSSQLTips.com. One is regarding security best practices for deploying SQL Server databases in the cloud. As more and more customers are thinking of deploying databases in the cloud, security is one of their main concerns. In the webcast, I talked about principles and concepts on securing […]

Giving Away FREE Access to My SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course

Yesterday, I tweeted about giving away FREE access to my online course on Udemy (and, yes, it’s a birthday gift from me). If you’ve been following my blog post, you may already know that I’ve launched my very first learning experiment last week via the online course. I haven’t really promoted the course yet (aside from […]

SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery Deep Dive Course Now Available

I’ve been working on this personal project since early this year. If you’ve been following my blog posts, my articles on MSSQLTips.com or even my presentations at various events, you know that my area of expertise is on SQL Server high availability and disaster recovery. I’ve compiled years of experience and exposure with SQL Server […]

Deploying a SQL Server 2012 Multi-Subnet Cluster

I’ve been wanting to write a series of articles on deploying a SQL Server 2012 on a multi-subnet cluster for quite some time now. This was driven by the fact that my series of articles on SQL Server 2008 Failover Clustering had been in the Top 10 Tips for more than 2 years since being […]