Tag: Microsoft High Availability

How Well Do You Know Your Microsoft High Availability Technologies?

Are you up to the challenge? Do you have what it takes to design a highly available SQL Server system? Feeling helpless and confused when dealing with Windows Server Failover Clustering  (WSFC) for your SQL Server databases? You’re not alone. I’ve heard the same thing from thousands of SQL Server administrators throughout my entire career. […]

3 Types of Microsoft High Availability Technologies

Every now and then I get questions about how to implement load balancing with SQL Server databases. Because organizations want to maximize their IT investments, a standby server is almost always a red flag – it’s an idle asset. Hence, the questions about load balancing workloads on SQL Server databases to maximize the resource utilization on […]