Tag: Availability Groups

Fundamentals of SQL Server 2012 Availability Groups (Webcast)

The premise of this webcast is based on my conversations with customers who wanted to implement SQL Server 2012 Availability Groups. There have been a lot of confusion about the terminologies, technologies and implementation ever since Availability Groups was introduced in SQL Server 2012. This webcast seeks to explain the underlying fundamentals behind Availability Groups. You […]

AlwaysOn Readable Secondaries: That Extra 14-bytes In Your Record You Didn’t Know About

– “Progress comes at a price.” Edwin Sarmiento- I’ve responded to customers’ inquiries about the benefits of implementing SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups since Microsoft released a public CTP of “Denali.” I’ve delivered presentations, written articles, prepared proof-of-concept designs and even recorded a video on this topic. While it may be a new feature […]

SQL Server 2012 High Availability Webcast Resources Now Available

There have been requests from attendees of last week’s webcast to make the resources available for download. If you’ve attended or viewed (thru MSSQLTips.com’s recording) my webcast on SQL Server 2012 High Availability with AlwaysOn, you can download the resources – Windows-based client application together with the Visual Studio 2010 project files, batch files to […]