Tag: SQL Server High Availability and Disaster Recovery

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 […]

Got A “Validating WSFC quorum vote configuration” warning when you create a SQL Server Always On Availability Group?

I bet a lot of IT professionals who are really serious about their work are like me. When they see an error or warning message like this, their first instinct is to find out what the problem is and fix it. That’s what I did when I saw this error while configuring a SQL Server […]

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 […]

Why Going Back To The Basics Matters

I was thinking of posting this in my non-technical blog but realized that technical professionals will find value in the underlying principles and concepts. When I look at different questions posted on the MSDN and TechNet forums, I notice a common thread. Questions are focused on either “how to do X?” or “what is Y?” […]